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New-London, January, 1785. 



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His EXCELLENCY 

MATTHEW GRIS WOLD, Esq., 1 

Governor, 
The Hon. SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, EsqJ 

LlEUTENAN T -GO V E KNOR. 

ASSISTANTS. 
The Honorable 



Jabez Hamlin, 
William Pitkin, 
Roger Sherman, 
Jofeph Spencer, 
Oliver Wolcott, 
Richard Law, 



William Williams, 
Oliver Elfwoj th, 
Andrew Adams, 
Benjamin Hutt'tingta ' > 
Jofeph Plate Copfc, 
Stephen Mix Mitchel, 



( Ell] aires 
John Lawrence, Efq. Treafurer. 
George Wyllys, Eiq. Secretary. 



DELEGATES to the Con g r e as- of tie. United; 
States of Am e <l i c a, chofen in April, 1 7 84, 
The Honorable 



William Pitkin, 
Jedidiah Strong, 
John Treadwell, 
Jofeph Piatt Cook, 



James Wadfworth, 
William Williams, 
Charles C. Chandler, 
(Efquires. 



[By the laws of this. State, the freemen in i 
counties of New-London and Windham, are to meet 
tin their refpeciive towns on the fee and Tucfday ^Sep- 
tember annually ; thofeinthe counties ^Hartford, 
jNew-Haven, Fairfield and Litchfield, on the thirdl 
\Tuefday of September annually, to chcrfe twenty] 
^gentlemen to ft and In nomination for AJfiftants, and] 
twekue to Jiand in nomination for Delegates in Con-l 
grefs ; which nominations are printed and feni to\ 
each town in the State y and on the Monday nextl 
following the fir ft Tuef "iV<? April annually, is Free A 



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men $ Meeting throughout the State, when twetve 
gentlemen out of the twenty in nomination for Afttftani:- 
are chcfen Ajfiftants for that year, and feven out oj 
the nomination for Delegates are chofen Delegates, 
[any five of whom to ferve in Congrefs for that year. 

At the above meeting in April, the Governor a7ic 
Lieut. Governor are chcfen out of the freemen at large. 

The qualifications for Freemen are, that they he 
{at leaf twenty -one years of age , foffejfed of freehold 
.eft ate to the value of^ofi per ann. or £.4.0 perfonal 
heft ate in the general lift ofeftates in that year where- 
\in they dejire to be admitted Free?nen ; or are pof- 
\^ffed of eft ate as aforefaid, and By law excufed from 

inputting it into the lift ; and being of quiet and peace - 
[able behaviour, and producing a certificate thereof 
Yfrom the JeleSi-tTien of the town that they are thus 
' ■■unified, are iniitled to take the Freemen's oath, 
Wjhich mift be done in open Freemen' s Meeting ; but 
[previous to this they muft have taken- the oath of 
\ fidelity to the State .] 

The gentlemen nominated by the votes of the 
Freemen of this State, Afliilants, to Hand for 
election in May, 1785, as fent into the Aftem 
bly in Otlober, 1784, areas follow, viz. 

His Excellency Matthew Gr is wold, 
Hon. Samuel Huntington, 
Hon. Jabez Hamlin, 
Hon. William Pitkin, 
Hon. Roger Sherman, 
Hon. Jofeph Spencer, 
Hon. Oliver Wolcott* 
Hon. Richard Law, 
Hon. William Williams, 
Hon. Oliver F^yorth, 




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Hon. Andrew Adams, 
Hon. Benjamin Huntington, 
Hon. jofeph Piatt Cook, 
Hon. Stephen Mix Mitchel, 
Hon. Eliphalet Dyer, 

William ffillhoufe, Efq. 

John Treadwell, Efq. 

Eraftus Wolcott, Efq. 

Jonathan Sturges, Efq. 

Charles Church ChandIer,,Efq. 



NOMINATION for Delegates. 

Hon. Stephen Mix Mitchel, 

Jonathan Sturges, Efq; 
Hon. Jofeph Plat Cook-, 

Charles Church Chandler, Efq; 

William Hillhoufe, Efq;. 

John Treadwell, Efq; 

James Wadiworth, Efqf 

Pierpoint Edwards, Efq; 

James Hillhoufe, Efq. 

John Canfield, Efq. 
Hon. William Williams, 
Hon. William- Samuel Johnfon. 



Superior Court, 

The Honorable S a m u e l Hunting ton, Efq 

Chief fudge. 

{Eliphalet Dyer, 1 f T , ' 

Roger Sherman, L, , j M&* <? f 
William Pitkin, \M™< the Superior 
Richard Law, J { Court ' 

George Pitkin, Efq. Clerk. 



County 



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" ■ " ■' "— — ^ ■■ ■'» t i . H i I H IIW I IWI I UII H I HJ U-iMM^" 

County Courts, 

Hon. Eraftus Wolcott, Efq. Judge of the County 

Court for the County of Hartford. 

Hon. Stephen Mix Mitchell, Efq. ? J ulllces °f 
t u r« j n r>r ^ > reace and 

John Ireadwcll, Efq. f ~ 

J ^3 Quorum. 

George Wyllys, Efq. Clerk. 

Ezekiei Williams, Efq. Sheriff. 



James Wadfworth, Efq. Judge of the County- 
Court for the County of New-Haven. 

Samuel Bifhop, "1 f T a . r , 

t r i. tr i • I V Jultices of. the 

Jofeph Hopkins, I Ef , 1 J p eace 

Andrew Ward, f ^ rS * 1 /%** 
T tj i I I and Quorum. 

James Beard, J L 

John Whiting, Efq. Clerk. 

Jonathan Fitch, Efq. Sheriff. 



William Hillhoufe, Efq. Judge of the County 

Court for the County of New-London. 

Elifha LathroD, 1 f t n.- r ..i 

\tv\v tvt I I jultices of the 

aSrffiS K"] .»- 

t> • • ^ • . 1 I and Quorum. 

Benjamin Coit, J L 

Winthrop Saltonftall, E{q. C&ri- 

Profper Wetmore, Efq. Sheriff. 



Hon. Abraham Davenport, Efq. Judge of the 
County Court for the County of Fairfield. 
Robert Fairchiid, "1 f Juftices of 

Hon. Jofeph Piatt Cook, ( E r >. \ the Peace 
John Chandler, f ^ s ' J and 
Lemuel Sanford, J (_ Quorum. 

David Burr, Efq. Clerk. 
Elijah Abel, EU» Sheriff. 




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Hon. William Williams, Eiq. judgeof the Countyj 
Court for the County of Windham, 
Ebenezer Devotion, "} f Juftices of 

Conflant South worth, I Ef q > rs J tne Pea ce 
Thomas Grofvenor, f J an< * 

James Gordon, J (_ Quorum. 

Samuel Gray, Efq. Clerk. 
Shubael Abbe, Efq. Sherif. 



flon. Oliver Wolcott, Elq. Judge of the County 
Court for the County of 'Litchfield. 

S^'SSS* 1- fjufticesofthe 



lan, "1 

Jofhua Porter, (.Efa'rsJ J "" Peace 

Samuel Can field, \ ? J , 

Jedidiah Strong! j (_ and Quorum. 



Ifaac Baldwin, jun. Efq. Clerk. 
Lynde Lord, Efq. Sheriff. 



Courts of Probate in the State of Connecticut. 

Roger Newberry, Efq. Judge of Probates for the 

Diftria of Hartford. 
Eraftus Wolcott, Efq. for the Diftria of Eaft- 

Windfor. 
; Jofeph Spencer, Efq. for the Diftria of EafiA 

Haddam 

Jabez Hamlin, Efq, for the Diftria of Middle- 
town. 
Ifaac Pinney, Efq. for the Diftria of Stafford, 
John Treadwell, Efq. for the Diftria of Farm- 

ingion. 
JNoah Phelps, Efq. for the Diftria of Simfbury. 
I John Whiting, Efq. for the Diftria of New-Haven. 
jGurdon Saltonftall, Efq. for the Diftria of New- 

London. 

(Aaron Elliott, Efq. for the Diftria of Say-Brookl\ 
"Eliflia Lathrop, Efo ""| v -*he Diftria of Norwich 



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Charles Phelps, Eiq. tor the Diftridt of Stonington. 

Jonathan Sturgis, Efq. for the Diftridt of Fairfield, 

Abraham Davenport, Efq. for the Diftridt of 
Stamford. 

Jofeph P. Cook, Efq. for the Diftridt of Danbury. 

William Williams, Efq. for the Diftridt of Wind- 
bam* 

Charles Church Chandler, Efq. for the Diftridt of 
Pom/ret. 

John Douglafs, Efq. for the Diftridt of PlainfieU. 

Robert Fairchild, Efq. for the Diftridt of Stratford. 

Oliver Wolcott, Efq. for the Diftridt of Litchfield. 

Daniel Sherman, Efq, for the Diftridt of Woodbury. 

Jofhua Porter, Efq. for the Diftridt of Sharon. 

Oliver Stanly, Efq. for the Diftria of Walling ford. 

Giles Pettibone, Efq. for the Diftridt of Norfolk. 

Jofeph Hopkins, Efq. for the Diftridt of Water* 
bury. 

Edward Ruflell, Efq. for the Diftridt of Guilford, 



Justices of the Peace 

George Wyllys, 
Samuel Taicott, 
John Lawrence, 
Thomas Seymour, 
Jefle Root, 
Noah Webfter, 
Samuel Lyman, 
Jonathan Bull, 
John Pitkin, 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Wells, of 

E aft -Hartford. 
Richard Pitkin, 




for the County a/Hartford, 

Elifha Pitkin, 
John Leavit, 
John Harmon, jun* 
Phineas Sheldon, 
Edward Collens, 
Eliphalet Terry, 
Elizur Hale, junr. 
Dyer Throop, 
Jabez Chapman, 
Timothy Gates, 
Jofeph Brooks, . 
Nehemiah Brainerd, 
ezekiah Brainerd, 



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Elizur Talcott, 
Jofiah Hale, 
Solomon Wells, 
John Chefter, 
Charles Churchill, 
John Robbins, 
Samuel W. Williams, 
William Wolcott, 
Eraftus Wolcott, 
Henry Allyn, 
Roger Newberry, 
Peletiah Mills, 
James Hooker, 
Matthew Talcott, 
Samuel H, Parfons, 
Nathaniel Chauncey, 
John Dickinfon, 
Roger Ryley, 
Philip Mortimer, 
Elijah Treadway, 
Comfort Sage, 
Nathaniel Gilbert, 
Ifaac Miller, 
Solomon Whitman, 
Seiah Hart, 
Ifaac Lee, 
Gad Stanly, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
Ichabod Norton, 
Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck,jun. 
JudahHolcomb, 
Oliver Humphry, 
Daniel Humphry, 
Afahel Holcomb, 



John Phelps, 

Samuel Gilbert, 

Neziah Blifs, 

Elijah Kellogg, 

Benjamin Takott, 

Joel White, 

Samuel Carver, 

Samuel Chapman, 

Solomon Wilks, 

Ifaac Pinney, 

Daniel Alden, 

Ifaac Foot, 

Abner Barker, 

Mofes Holms, 

Thomas Pitkin, 

Reuben Sikes, 

Daniel Ellfworth, 

David Sage, 

Ebenezer White, 

Jcfeph Dart, 

John Clark, 

Jonathan Penfield, 

John Curtifs, 

Timothy Clark, 

Jofiah Covvles, 

Ifrael Spencer, 

Lemuel Roberts, 
Elifha Graham, 
Ichabod Warner, 
Edward Payne, 
Jofeph Allen, 
Frederick Ellfworth, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainerd, 
Philip Salew, 



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h Noah Phelps, 
| Ozias Petti bone, 


Gideon Qr anger, 


JefTe Cady, anc| 


Dudley Pettibone, 


Elihu Marvin, 


Alexander Kine, 


(Efquires. 


Justices of the Peaci 


\for New-Haven County. 


James Wadfworth, 


Samuel Lewis, 


Daniel Lyman, 


Ezra Br union, 


John Whiting, 


Reuben Atwater, 


Simeon Briftol, 


Caleb Cook, 


David Auftin, 


John Peck, 


Charles Chauncey, 


Aaron Lyman, 


iBneas Munfon, 


Oliver Stanly,. 


Timothy Jones, 


Eliakim Hall, 


Thomas Mansfield, 


Simeon Parfons, 


Henry Dagget, 


James Barker, 


Jofiah Bradley, 


Edward Ruffe! 1, 


Nehemiah Smith, 


Ebenezer Ruffell, 


Ephraini Strong, 


Jonah Clark, 


Gideon Buckingham, 


Auguftus Collens, 


Lewis Mallet, jun. 


Thomas Burgis, jun 


Stephen Gun, 


Elias Graves, 


Samuel Treat, 


William Starr, 


John Davis, 


Xhomas Darling, 


El iphalet Hotchkifs, 


Caleb Beacher, 


Thomas Clark, 


John Dibble, 


Jonathan Baldwin, 


Timothy Ball, 


Samuel Beach, 


Jofeph Pierpoint, 


Street Hall, 


David Hall, and 


John Hough, 


William Gould, 


Daniel Hall, 


(Efquires. 


Jus t ices of the P e a c 


e for the County of New - 


i Loik 


Ion. 


• Samuel Coit, 


Jofliua Raymond, 


; William Hillhoufe, 


Wiuthrop SaltonftaU, 
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Joihua Coit, 
Thomas Shaw, 
John Demon, 
Ebenezer Hartfhorn, 
Simon Tracy, 
Elijah Backus, 
Chrift'r Leffingwell, 
Samuel Tracy, 
Rufus Lathrop, 
Sam'l Leffingwell, jun 
Jonathan Huntington, 
Neh, Waterman, jun. 
Jonathan Brewfier, 
Jabez Fitch, 
Barnabas Huntington, 
John Perkins, 
John M. Breed, 
Samuel Mott, 
Robert Craryy 
John Tyler, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
John Avery, jun, 
Elias Brown, 
John Williams, 
Paul Wheeler, 
Nathaniel Minor, 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. 
William Williams, 
William Denifon, 
Joihua Babcock, 
Elijah Palmer, 
William Williams, of 
{Grot cm, 
William Asfery, 



Benadam Gallup, 
Ebenezer Ledyard, 
Amos Geer, 
Thomas N. Niles. 
Araos Prentice, 
Thomas A very > 
John Lay, 2d, 
Eleazer Mather, 
Ezra Selden, 
Richard Wait, jun. 
Seth Ely, 
Andrew Grifwold > 
John Shipman, 
Juftus Buck, 
Timothy Star-key-, 
Jedidiah Chapman, 
William Hart, jun. 
Aaron Elliott, 
John Pierfon, 
Theophilus Morgan,. 
Hezekiah Lane, 
George Eliott,, 
Job Wright, 
John Waterous, 
Daniel Foot, 
Peter Bulkley, 
Henry Champion > „ 
Elias Worthington, 
Grifwold. Avery,, 
Jofeph Harris, 
David Mumford, 
Andrew Tracy,. jun. 

and 

Afa Fo ot, Efquires. 

JusticeIT" 



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Justices of the Peace for the County of 


Fairfield. 


Abraham Davenport, 


Reuben Schovil, 


John Brooks, 


1 John Mead, 


Robert Walker, 


Jabez Fitch, 


Daniel Judfon, 


Amos Mead, 


Samuel Whiting, 


Benjamin Mead, 


Eliflia Mills, 


John Mack ay, 


j Daniel Bennet, 


Samuel Olmftead, 


Augur Judfon, 


Philip Burr Bradley, 


\ Daniel Fairchild, 


John Benedict, 


Abraham Brindfmaid, 


Daniel Coley, 


David Wilcoxfon, 


Thaddeus Benedict, 


John Judfon, 


Daniel Taylor, 


Abijah Starling, 


Eli Mygate, 


Hezekiah Hubbell, 


Thomas Taylor, 


Gold Selleck Silliman 


Thaddeus Benedidi,of 


Samuel Squire, 


{Reading, 


Andrew Rowland, 


Stephen Betts, 


Gerfhom Hubbel, 


Caleb Baldwin, 


George Burr, j 


Jabez Botsford, 


Samuel Wakeman, 


Henry Peck, 


Daniel Duncan, 


Jofeph Smith, 


Thaddeus Bills, 


Nehemiah Beardfley,' 


Stephen St. John, 2d. 


Zaccheus Towner, 


Eliphalet Lockwood, 


Ephraim Hubbel, 


Samuel C. Silliman 3 


Alexander Stewart, 


Clap Raymond, 


Ebenezer JefTop, and 


Matthew Mead, 


James Davenport, j 


Charles Webb, 


Efquires, j 


justices of the Pe 


\ce for tbz County of 


Wine 


Jiam . 


Eliphalet Dyer, 


Jedidiah Elderkin, 


\ Samuel Gray, 


Jacob Symonds, 



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Hezekiah Maning, 


Samuel Thompfon, 


Ebenezer Mofely, 


JefTe Williams, 


Hezekiah Biffell, 


James Bradford, 


Elijah Whedon, 


John Douglafs, 


Benjamin Sumner, 


Eliftia Perkins, 


Benjamin Clark, 


William Dixfon, 


Ifaac Perkins, 


Andrew Backus, 


Eliamib Adams, 


Samuel Craft, J 


David Payne, j 


John Williams, j 


S herein ah Bull, 


Jofeph Baker, ' 


Ephraim Root, 


Solomon Wales, ; 


Abraham Burnap, jun 


John Seflions, 


I Ephraim Kingfbury, 


Samuel Steward, 


William Danilfon, 


John Cole, 


Benjamin Leavins, 


Allen Campbel, 


John Clark, 


Jedediah Morfe, 


Jonath. Trumbull, jun 


Charles C. Chandler,! 


James Pines, jun. 


Elifha Child, 


Ephraim Carpenter, 


Daniel Frott, 


Peleg Thomas, 


1 Afa Witter, 


Elkanah Tifdale, 


Simon Learned, 


Jofeph Storrs, 


and 


John Salter, 


Jeremiah Mafon, ' 


Experience Storrs, 


Efquires. 


Justices of the Pe. 


\ce for the County of 


S Litch 


field. 


Jacob Woodruff, 
Ifaac Baldwin, 


Hem an Swift, 


Judah Kellogg; 


David Welch, 


Edward Rogers, 


Reuben Smith, 


John Pierce, 


Abraham Bradley, 


Samuel Naih, 


1 James Morrifs, 


Ebenezer Norton, 


| Tappin Reave, 


Afaph Hall, 


1 Daniel Everit, 


Elifha Sill, 


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Benjamin Hinman, 


William Cogfvvell, 




Edward Hinman, 


John Calhoun, 




Benjamin Spears, 


Phineas Royce, 




David Hurd, 


Thomas Finn, 
Thomas Mathews, 




Hezekiah Thompfon, 




- Oliver Parmelee, 


Daniel Catlin, 




Abel Hine, 


Cyprian Webfler, 




Sherman Bordman, 


George Catlin, 




Timothy Ruggles, 


Epaphras Sheldon, 




Daniel Everit, of 


Shubael Grifwold, « 




(A T ew-Milford, 


Zebulon Merrells., 




Nathan Eliott, 


Seth Smith, 




Jethro Hatch, 


Giles Pettibone, 




Jedediah Hubbel, 


Hofea Wilcocks, 




Julius Sacket, 


Dudley Humphry, 




Daniel Cricoid, of 


Nehemiah Andrufs, 




t {Sharon. 


(of Martlandy 




j, John Canfield, 


Eleazer Enfign, 




David Downs, 


Eliphas Alverd, 




Abiel Camp, 


Elijah Rockwell, 




Lot Norton, 


David Smith, of 




Charles Burrell, 


(JJ r aterto e wn, and 




Elifha Baker, 


Daniel Brindftiaid, 




Samuel Forbs, 


Efquires. 




Mithan Hale, 




[Each town, by law, may chuje one, or two reprefen- 




tati c ves (as the town agrees ) to attend the General 




Affembly : they are chd/en twice in a year , <viz.\ 




at the freemen -s.fMeting in April and September : 




—sfhcfe chef en in April, attend it he AJfembly held 




on the 2d Thurfday in May, and thofe chofen in 




September, attend the Affemhly on the <zd Thurfday^ 




zn~G, c fober, --which -are the Jfated times for holding \ 


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A Lift of the Honorable Ho uji of RepreJeaUtti-jes } 

October Sejtons, 1784. 
Hartford County, 
Hertford, Coi. Thorrus Seymour, Mr. Nathan H Whiting 
MiddlttovtHy Gen. Samuel H. Paifjna,. Gen. Comfort- 3ag r 
Eafl- Hartford, Mr. E 'Hha Pitkin, Coi. George Fitkio. 
Symjhitry, Capt. l>*niei Humphry, Capt. Jona. Peitibons. 
Soutbingtpn> Capt John Curti«, Maj Ala B^aj. 
Bolton, Mr. Sarmisl Carter, Mr. D*v'd Taylor, jun. 
Enfield, Col. NatiVi Terry, M% Jofeph Kmg&O'f, 
Tjlartd, Col. Solomon Wills, Capt Ichabod Hinklsy. 
JA'wjT^i Mr. Ebfntzsr Coi born, Mr. Jeff: Cao> 
'\Haddjm, Capt, Cornelius Higg'-ae, Capt. Edmund Porter. 
\lViUirg '-in, Mr Mofes H'olmci, Capt. Jofeph Cracker. 
W^benjiAd, Coi. jobn Chefter, Capt. j.ha Wight. 
Farmlngon,. M'; John Trcad*«ll, Col. NbadUn Hjcksr. 
Hik'on. Coi. Josl Jcn?8, Mr. tf#s'ah Blifa* 
Suffii!d t Capt. Abraham Grange', Mr. Ebsnezsr Herman. 
Chatham, Mr* Ebenez*r Whit?, Capt. Jam?* R.li* 
Windfor 9 Gen. Rcg^r Nfe«bury r Mr* Aaron Phelps. 
Gla'Unbury, Mr. Gifeoo HaU, &4V. Ph'Hp Belted. 
Bift Hxdiam T Qo\> Dytr Throop, Col. Jahe? Chapman. 
Bsft-Windfo*, Mr. Jafeph Allen, M-. Matthew Hyd*. 
Soman,. Mr. Jj&ua Poo>?o;?, M;j Abie! Pcafc. 

New -Haven Coimty. 
iV«i» Hanatj Mr. Pkrp&int Edwards, Mr* Jamti HUIhosfe, 
Durham, G«c* James Wadfwort;*. Capt. Simeon .Pat fans. 
Wullingfrd, Col. Stieet" Bali, Capt. Samuel Strec:. 
Dirb$ t Capt- Thomi? Cla k, Capt. Daniel Holbrook. 
Waterbxry, Mr. Jaitph Hopkinr, Capt. John Walton. 
Cbtjhir*, Mr. Simoe! Beech, Mr. Jafsph Peck, 
Guiiford, Mr Joha Burgls, Gen. Aniritv Ward* 
Milfrd, M'. Gideon Buckingham, Mr. Ssmuel Treat. 
Stanford, Co?. Edward Ruffell. Mr. Jsc.ah Claik. 
Woodbndgt, Mr, Thoma» Darim?, Mr. Tianih; Ball. 

New-London County. 
Niw-Lendon, M*j William Hiilboufe. Mr. Joihua Coit. 
Norwich, Cap;. Eliflia Lathrop, CoS. Chrifto. Leffingwell. 
Stoningtan, Maj. Charier Pbelpa, Capt. Wo. Williams. 
Killing worth, Mr. Heeekiah Lane, Capt- Samuel Crane; 
Say Brook, Mij William Hart, Col. John Ef?s 



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Grotcn, Mr. ThoflUi N. Nile?, Coh Nacnan Gallup, 
Colchefter, Cipt. Pete? Bulkley, Mr. John Watrous. 
Prefion, Col. Samuel Mott, Capt. Alexander Stewart. 
£y«*, Mr. William Noyei, Mr Esra Selden, 

Fairfield County. 
Fairfield, Mr. Jonathan Sturgia, M-. Thaddeui Burr. 
Danbury, Maj. Ezra Starr, Col. Eli M*gatc. 
Norwalk, Col. Stephen St. John, Mr. Sam't C. Sillimaa. 
Ridding, Mr. Lf mual Sanford, Mr. William Herron. 
Stamford, Maj. John Davenport, Mr. Charles W*ed. 
Newtwoti, Mr. fohn Beach, Mr. Henry Glo?e?. 
Ridgefield, Col. Philip B. Bradley, CoK D*?id Olrnfcad. 
Stratford, Mr. John BlackJeacb, Mr. Eiifha Miilr. 
Greenwich, 
New -F ah field, Mr. Stephen Baro% Col. Nehemiah Beardfiey 

Windham County. 
Windham, Col. EHphalet D/er, Col. Jtdidiah Elderkin. 
Canterbury Mr. Eiisfhib Adams, Mr. Gideon Well«. 
Plalnfield, Mr. Jofeph Shepard, Capt. Joftiua Duniip. 
VoUntown, Col. James Gordon. Capt. Mofee Campbell. 
yjMantfifidt Mr. Benjamin Chaplin, Mr. Nathaniel Atwood- 
Kiilingif, Capt. Jafon Phips, Mr. Samfon Howes 
Woidftock, Capt. Nehemiah Lyon, Mr. Jedidiah Morfe. 
\Unhn, Capt. Solomon Wii«i. 

''Ponfrtt, Mr. Stephen Wii!itms, Mn Edward Roggles. 
Lebanon, Mr. Elkaaah Tifdale, Col. Jeremiah Mason; 
Ajbfird, Capt. Simeon Smith, Mr. Ifaac Peekiat. 
Coventry Col. Thomas Bo*n, Mr. Cakb Stanley, jun. 

Litchfield County. 
Litchfield, Mf . Ifaac Baldwin, jua. Mr. Ebenezsr Marfh* 
Canaan, Capf. Lemuel Kiogibury, Mr. Nathan Hale. 
New-Hartford, Col. Aaron Auftin, Mr. Jofiah More. 
WjJhUgton, Mr. John Whsttlefcy, Mr. Daniel N. Etiafmtde 
Norfolk, Maji Giica Pettibonc, Mr. Dudley Humphry. 
New Milford, Col. Samuel Canfield, Mr. Abel Hjnt* 
G,Jhtn, Mr. Daniel Miles, Capt. Eiifha Sill. 
Watertown, Capt. Samuel Hicock, Msj. David Smith. 
Cornwall, Col; John Sedgwick, Mr. Aadrew Youngt. 
\Kent, Mr.Nuhinlel Berry, Mr. Nathan Eliott. 
lHariland, M*j. Uriel Holmes, Capt. Ebenezer Enfija/ 
jSfran;*, Mr. JohnCanfitld, Capt. Simeon Smith. 
lHarwintm, Capt. Jofi»h Pbeipt, Mr Mvk Prind»e: 



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Sitjbury, Col. J'.flaua t'oru', Mr. Heztkuh Fiub. 
Woodbury, Col. Increaf* Moftlcy, Mr. Htzckhh ThompJo* 
Tirrirtgtortp Mr. Noah North, Capt. Jabez Gil let. 

Hoi. Jam*i Wadfworth, Efq. Speaker of the Hou(t. 

Jamas Hillhouft, Efq. Clerk. 



State Attornies. 
For Hartford county, Hon. Oliver Et/w >or •/£, Efq; 
New-Haven county, Charles Chauncy, Efq; 
New- London county , Hon. i?<?#/. Huntington ,Efq; 
Fairfield county, Gold Selleck Silliman, Efq; 
Windham county, yedidiah Elderkin, Efq; 
Litchfield county, ^/6« Canfield, Efq; 



Notaries Public. 
New -London, Joihua Coit, Efq; 
New-Haven, Elizur Goodrich, Efq; 
Middletown, Titus Hofmer, Efq; 



Naval-Officers,/^ /^^ Sea-Ports. 
New -London, Hon. Gurdoii Saltonftail, Efq; 
New -Haven, Jonathan Fitch, Efq; 
Middletown, Hon. Jabez Hamlin, Efq; 
Norwalk, Thomas- Fitch, Efq; 
Norwich, Chriftopher LefRngwell, Efq; 



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Naval-Ojficers' Fees, as efiablijhed by law 
For clearance of a veifel bound to 1 , 

any other of the United States, j ° ° 

Ditto for a veifel bound to Weil-Indies, o 12 o 
Ditto for a Veflei bound to Europe, 7 ^ 

Afia, or Africa, - - \ ° ?T 

For a regifter, 8/. State Duty on do. 6fi o 14 o- 
For indorfing a regifler, - o 2 oi 

For cancelling a bond, - -020 

For bond, - - o 2 o] 

«For cocket, - - 030' 

For a permit to load or unload, - o 2 o ! 



vt t imm9HMX-Ji* ** 



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Militia. ir 

His Excellency Matthew Griswold , Efquire,]| 
Captain-General and Commander in Chief of* 
the Military Forces in the State of Connecticut.] 
Hon. Samuel Huntington, Efquire, Lieu 
tenant-General. 
John Keys, Efq. Adjutant-General. 
Brigadiers-General* 



i ft Brigade of Infantry. 
Roger Newbury, Efq. 

2d Brigade. 
Comfort Sage, Efq. 

3d Brigade. 
John Tyler, Efq. 

Light 
ill Regt. 
Milliam Hart, Efq. 
(Major- Commandant 
2d Regt. 
Elijah Hyde, Efq. Maj. 
(Commandant. 



4th Brigade. 
John Chandler, Efq. 

5th Brigade. 
Sam'l M'Clallen, Efq. 

6th Brigade. 
Epaphras Sheldon, Efq. 
Dragoons. 

3d Regt. 

Benjamin Heeoek, Efq 

(Major-Commandant 

4th Regt. 

Ebenezer Backus, Efq 

(Major- Commandant 



Society of Cincinnati. 

Ejiablijhed by the Officers cf the American Army 

after the ccnclujion of the late^ War* 

His Excellency General W a s h 1 n g to N,Prefident 

Hon. Major-General Knox, Secretary-General. 

Hon. Maj. Gen. M'Dougail, Treafurer- General. 

Fhe following Gentlemen are appointed for that 

Society in the State of Connecticut. 
Major-General Parfons, Prefident, 
Major-General -Huntington, Vice-Prefident 
Colonel Trumbull, Secretary, 
Brigadier-General Swift, Treafurer, 
Colonel Grofvenor, AfTxftant-Treafurer, 



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Delegates to the General Meeting, jrom this Si ate A 
Major-General Parfons, 
Major-General Huntington, 
Bnigadier-Genera! Swift, 
Ralph Pomeroy, Efq; 
Colonel Trumbull. 



Gov ernors of the Thirteen United States. 
Georgia. 
His Excellency Lyman Hall, Efq; Governor, 

South-Carolina. 
His Excellency Benjamin Gucrard, Efq; Governor. 

North-Carolina. 
His Excellency Alexander Martin? Efq; Governor. 

Virginia* 
His Excellency Benjamin Harrifon, Efq; Governor.; 

Maryland. 
His Excellency William Paca, Efq; Governor. 

Delaware. 
His Excellency William Vandyke, Efq; Governor 

Pennsylvania. 
His Excellency jfohn Dickinfon, Efq; Prelident. 

New-Jersey. 
His Excellency William Living/ton, TLb^. Governor 

New-York. 

His Excellency George Clinton, Efq. Governor, 

Connecticut. 

[See page 3', for Governor, &•.] 

Rhode-Island. 

His Excellency William Greene, Efq. Governor. 

Hon. Jabez, Bo<wen, Efq. Deputy-Governor. 

Massachusetts. 
His Excellency John Hancock, Efq. Governor. 
Hon. Thomas Cujhing, Efq. Lieutenant-Governor 

New-Hampshire. 
His Excellency Mejhe.h Weare, Efq. Prefident. 



f A L E - C OTL fe G E,ij 

in New-Haven^ ' 
Founded A. D. 1700. 

PRESIDENT. 

Rev. Ezra Stiles, D. D. and LL.D. 

FELLOWS. 

Reverend Meflieurs 



Elizur Goodrich, D. D 
Mofes Mather, 
Samuel Lockwood, 
Timothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 



EliphaletWillian^D.Df 
Warham Williams, 
John Trumbull, 
Stephen Johnfon, 
Nathaniel Taylor. 

Rev.«Samuel Wales, D. D. Profeffor of Divinity,.' 

Rev. President Stiles, Profeffor of eccleliafticalj 

(Divinity. 
James Hillhoufe, Efq. Treafurer. 

TUTORS. 

Matthew Talcott Ruffel, A. M. Senior Tutor and 

(Librarian, 
Simeon Baldwin, A. M. 
Henry Trevett Channing, A. M. 
Enoch Perkins, A. M. 

Mr. Jeremiah Atwater, Steward. 
Walter King, A. B. Butler. 

Commencement, fecond Wednefday in Sep* 
t ember. 

Vacations t From Conwnencement, fix 
weeks ; from the fecond Tuefday in January, three 
weeks ; from the 6th of May, three weeks. 

Mintjlers, 



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Miniftersy Churches, and Religious A]Jem-\ 


blies in the State 


of Conne&icut. 


County of N 


ew-Haven. 


New-Haven. 


Guilford. 


Rev.ChauncyWhittelfey 


Rev. Amos Fowler, 


Samuel Wales, D.D. 


Vacant, 


Jonathan Edwards, 


Jonathan Toid, | 


I Bela Hubbard, E. 


Thomas Wells Bray, I 


Vacant, 


Richard Ely, 


Nicholas Street, 


Milford. 


Benja. Trumbull, 


William Lockwood, 1 1 


Noah Willifton, 


David Tullar. 


Joihua Perry. 1 


Walling ford* 


Uranfard. \ 


James Dana, D. D. J 


Jafon Atwater, 


John Hubbard, I 


Warham Williams, 


Simeon Waterman, I 


Samuel Eells, 


Samuel Andrews, E. 


Chefoire. 


Water bury. J 


John Foot, 


M. Leavenworth, | 


Vacant, E. 


James Scovii, E. 


Derby. 


Vacant. , 


Daniel Humphrys, 1 
\ Martin Tullar, j 


Watertcnjun. 


John Trumbull, \ 


Richard Mansfield, £. 


Andrew Storrs, | 


David Brownfon, 


Alexander Gillet. \ 


Vacant. 


Woodbridge. * 


Durham. 


Benj. Woodbrfdge \ 
Eliphalet Ball, \ 


Elizur Goodrich,D.D 




Stephen Hawley. ■ 


Religious JlJJemblies 


in Hartford County. j 


Hartford. 


Bolton. \ 


Rev. Nathan Strong, 


Rev. George Coiton, \ 


| Benj. Boardman, 


Ebenezer Kellogg. 


Nathan Perkins. 
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Chatham, 
Rev. Cyprian Strong, 
Lemuel Parfons, 
Vacant. 

Barkhempfted. 
Nathaniel Gaylord, 
Vacant. 

Cole brook. 
Vacant. 

E aft -Had dam . 
Elijah Parfons, 
Eleazer Sweatland, 
Jofeph Vail. 

E aft -Hartford. 
Eliph. Williams, D.D 
Benajah Phelps. 

Eaft-Windfor. 
Thomas Potwine, 
Vacant, 
Vacant. 

Enfield. 
Nehemiah Prudden, 

Farmtagton. 
Timothy Pitkin, 
Samuel Newell, 
Benoni Upfon, 
John Smally, 
Nathan Fenn, 
Rufus Hawley, 
Jonathan Miller. 

Glaftenbury. 
John Eells, 
James Eells. 

Haddrm. 
Eleazar May. 



Hebron. 
Vacant, 
Rev. Elijah Lathrop, 
Samuel Lockvvood, 
Vacant, E. 

MlDDLETOWN. 

Enoch Huntington, 
Abraham Tarvis, i 
Abner Benedict, 
Thomas Miner, 
Gerlhom Bulkley. 

Symjbury. 
Roger Veits^ E. 
Vacant, 
Jordan Booge, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Ifrael Holley. 

Somers. 
Charles Backus. 
Southington. 
William Robinfbn 

Stafford. 
John Wiilard, 
Jfaac Foller, 
Vacant. 

Svffield. 
Ebenezer Gay, 
John Graham, 
Vacant, B. 

Tolland. 
Nathan Williams, 

Weihersfteld. 
John Marm, 
Jofnua Belding. 



J ( 2 


J.J 


1 Willing! on. 


Rev.TheodoreHinfdale. 


Rev. Gideon Noble. 


Vacant, 


J Wind/or. 


Vacant. 


[ David S. Rowland, 




I Religious AJJemblies 


in Fairfield County. j 


Fairfield. 


Nor walk. 


^Rev. Andrew Elliot, 


Vacant, 


Hezekiah Ripley, 


Vacant, E. 


Robert Rofs, 


Rev. Ilaac Lewis, 


James Johnfon, 


Juilus Mitchel. s 


Timothy Dwight, 


Reading. 


Vacant, E. 


Nathaniel Bartlet, jj 


Vacant. 


Vacant, E. 


Danbury. 


Ridge field. 


Thomas Brooks. 


Vacant, 


Vacant, 


Samuel Camp, 


Vacant, 


Stamford. : 


Eben'r White, Sand. 


John Avery, 2 


Vacant, E. 


Ebenezer Dibble, E. I 


Greenwich. 


Mofes Mather, 


Jonathan Murdock, 


William Seward, 


Vacant. 


Solomon Walcott, 


New - Fairfield* 


Stratford. 


Vacant. 


Stephen W. Stebbins, 1 


Vacant. 


Vacant, E. 


Newtown* 


David Ely, 


Vacant, 


Chrift. Newton, E. \ 


Vacant, E. 


James Bebee, i 


' 


Elii RrxwiA. 


Religious AJJemblies in 


N ew-Londu^ County. 


New-London. 


Vacant, B. 


Vacant, 


Vacant. 


jRev. Rozel Cook, 


NORWI CK. 


Vacant, E. 


Rev. Jofeph Strong, 



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Rev. Benjamin Throop, 
Andrew Lee, 
Samuel Natt, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, 
John Tyler. E. 

Colchcjier, 
Ephraim Little, 
Robert Robbins, 
David Huntington. 

Grot en, 
Aaron Kinne, 
Vacant, 
Timo. Wightman 3 2? 

Killing e worth . 
Achilles Mansfield, 



Rev. Henry Ely. 
Lyme, 
Stephen Johnfon, 
George Beckwith, 
Vacant, 

Prefion, 
Jonathan Fuller, 
Levi Hart. 

Stonington. 
Nathaniel Eells, 
Vacant, 
Vacant. 

Say -Brook, 
Fred. W. Hotchkifs, 
John Devotion, 
Benjamin Dunning, 
Vacant. 



Religious Ajfemblies in Windham County. 



% 



Windham. 
iv, Stephen White, 
Samuel Mofely, 
James Cogfwell. 

Ajhford. 
Vacant, 
Vacant. 

Canterbury. 
Solomon Morgan-, 
John Staples. 

Co-v entry. 
Jof. Huntington, D. D 
Nathan Strong. 

Killingly. 
Elima Adkins, 



Rev. Noadiah RufTel, 
Vacant. 

Lebanon. 
Zebulun Ely, 
Timothy Stone, 
Thomas Brockway, 
John Gurley. 

Mansfield* 
Richard Salter, D.D. 
Mofes C. Welch. 

Plainfield. 
Joel Benedict. 

Pom/ret. 
Aaron Putnam, 
Jofiah Whitney, 



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Rev. Walter Lyon, 
Vacant, £ 

Union, 
Ezra Horton. 
Voluntown. Vacant, 



Vacant. 

Woodftock. 
Rev. Eliphalet Lyman, 
Stephen Williams, 
Samuel Johnfon. 



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Religious Societies in 

Litchfield. 
Rev. Judah Champion, 
Vacant, 
James NicoHs, £. 

Canaan, 
Daniel Farrand, 
■ Thompfon, 

Cornwall. 
Hezekiah Gould, 
Vacant. 

. Gojben. 
Joiiah Sherman. 

Hartland, 
Aaron Church. 
Har<wint4n* 
Vacant. 

Kent* 
Joel Bordwell, 
Jeremiah Day. 

Jonathan Mar fh. 
Ne-w-Milford, 



Litchfield County. 
Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, 
Richard Clark, £ 

Norfolk. 
Amrni R. Robbins. 

Salijbury. 
Jonathan Lee. 

Sharon, 
Cotton M. Smith, 

Torrington. 
Vacant, 
Samuel John Mills. 

"JVafhington. 
Daniel Britiftfcead, 
Thomas Canfigld. 

Wincbtfter^ 
Jofhua&napp. 
- tfPootfbury, 
Noah Bene^ia, 
Jofeplx Jellam^, D.B 
Benjamim W}}jdman, 
Jehu Miner, 
Vacant. 



Unfetthd ordained Mintfiers ,fiill continuing ttpr each , 
btingthofe, onjp of the Catalogue 0/* Yale-College. 



Rev.^ Nathan Birdfey, 
John Sear!, 

Ilzrahiah Wetmore, 
j Elijah Sill, 



Rev. Davi4 Riply* 
Deliverance Smith, 
Abel Newell, 
Ab. Kettletas, 



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Rev. Noah Wetmore, 


Rev. Elam Potter, , 


Ebenezer Martin, ■ 


David Avery, j 


Albert Hall* 


Noah Merwin. | 


Job Swift, 


f 


Candidates on the Catalogue of Yale- College. 


MclPrs Aaron ;Blifs, 


S&f Springfield, 


Caleb Hotchkifs, 


Ne<w -Haven, 


Allen Okott, 


Eaft -Hartford, 


William Plum, 


Middletoiun, 


2 Ifaae Fofter, 


Meriden, 


Edmund Mills, 


Kerit, - 


\ Samuel Mills, 


Wether sfield, 


1 Levi Lankton, 


Southington, 


Medad Rogers, 


Northford, 


Seth Payfon, 




Jacob Wood, 


... ■' 


Ozias Eells, 


M-iddletpnjon, 


Jonathan Maltby* 


'Northford, v 


John Noyes, 


Fairfield, * 


Thomas Lord* 


Lyme, 


* John Robinfon, 


Lebanon, j 


Joftiua Williams, 


Wethersfield, 


Henry Trevett Channing, Tale- College, 


Timothy Langdon* 


IKennngton, ... 


Reuben P.amele, 


X^hen, 


Daniel Tomlinfon, 


v Darby, 


Wait .Cornell, 


^Middletovjn^ 


• James Noyes, 


Fairfield, 


• Zephaniah H. Smith, Glafienbury, 


; John Wlilard, 


Stafford, 


* Samuel Auflin, 


New-Haven, 


Samuel ;-GoodridV, 


Durham, 


; tJriel (Sridley, % 


Kenfington, 


j Richard Salter Sttirrs, Mansfield, 


I Payfon Williilon, 


Neiv- Haven. ■ 



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Dartmouth COLLEGE, 
In the flat® of New-HampJJAre, founded A.D.176^ 

The Hon. John Whselock, Efq* PrefideiU. 

TRUSTEE? 



The Present of the State, 
Hon. George JarTrey, Efqf 



Han. E's/ht Payne, Ffyj 
Rev. SylvanuaRipJeyjS.T P 
Hon. Siip, Phillips, jur . Ec'c 
Rev. Da?>d Matter*, 
Ron. fohn Whe*5r<k Efqj 
Rev JofephHumiDgio£,S>.r.' | 



Hon. John Phillips, LL.I*. 
Han; Bes?s!. Wood era; 4, Efqj 
Rtr. Eden Burroughs, 

Hon* Besafftel Woodward, PtofdTor of Mathematics sad 

Philosophy. 
Rev. Sybanus Ripley, P^ofeflor of Dlvirlty 
R*v. John Smith, Prcfeffor of learned Languages; 
Hon. Bftnlecl Woodward, E^ajj Secret srj aod T cafurer. 3 
Rsr. Syi nanus Ripley* Dirc&jr o? AWa Sfchoo 1 . 
Caleb Bingham, A^ W. M after of fflbor's School. 

Commencement tht tbir d' H^tdntfd sy in Septemb*-. 



Lift of the PofVMafters and Poft- Offices on th, 
P oft Roads throughout the United States. 

Fbewezer Hazard, Efq; Po# Ma£e? Gea*?a!. 
Jamss Brj&n, £ qj Affiffaat, or Cl&k. 

Depoty Poft Makers. 
Samuel Freeman, Kfqj at Fslmouth, Ca&O -Bay. 
Me£B; Jer*m'ub> Libbt? Portfrnouth, N*w-H?m. Aire. 

Bylk't** Ebe/fon, Newbury- port, MaiIkhufcUs» 

Daniel N^et, Jpfaicb,. 4\ttc. 

Wafco! Wi Jhma' Safcny dlttc 

Jonathan Raftings, Bifion, di <o* 
On 'he Lower Roa'V 

John Carter^at Providence, Rhode- Jthndl 
I SolpsacA SoutJ$»icfe,. Newport, c&to. 

! GiCeon.Mumford, 2 aft-Green *ich, dlttt. 

I Thciaae Porter, j;jb # South- Kingftdft, ditto. 

Ilea. Gurdoa Sa'tonftai B Neev-Landon, Ccnn*&>cu£« 

Dudley V/oo*b'*dgc v NeYwScH' ditto* 



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On thVlIpptr Road* 
Mefli. MoUt Church, at Springfield, Mefftchufctts* 

Thomas Hildrup, Hartford, Connecticut* 

Wcnfley Hobbey, Mlddittown, ditto* 

Elias Beerf, New- Haven, ditto. 

Thsd<teus Burr, Fairfield, dittoi 

Ebcneser Weed, Stanford, ditto* 

WilJism Bedlow, New York. 

Robert Hude, New-Brunfwick> Ntw-Jerley*^ 

John Harrifon, Princeton, ditto. 

BsBjamtn Sm'th, Trenton, ditto. 

John Dowdcey, BriBoI, PennfTivanit. 

James Bryfcn, £% Philadelphia, ditto* 

Jacob Broome, Wilmington, Delaware* 

John Baraaby, Head of Elk, Maryland 

Jcieph Stiiet, Hartford Tow** ditto* 

M. K. Goddard, Baltimore, ditto. 

Frederick. Green, Annapolis, ditto* 

Stephen Weft, Up per Marlborough, ditto*. 

ChrirWher Lo*n 'ea, Blandeeburg, ditto* 

Thomat R ichard&n, Georgetown, ditto* 

Robert ta'Crea, Alc**adria, Virginia* 

C icon Moore, Co'chcftcr, ditto* 

Richard Graham, Dumfries, ditto* 

WilHam Smith, Frederick tWg, ditto* 

Robert Pol!ard« Ayleth, V;jginia» 

John Jones, Newcaftte, ditto. 

Jamet H»y*», Richmond, ditto* 

John Greatmer, Petersburg, ditto* 

George Purdie, Smithficld,. ditto* 

John Driver. Suffolk, ditto. 

John Mart, Edcmown, Norch-CaroHnfe 

Jame* Thomas, Wa&ington, ditto* 

Richard Cogdeil, Newborn, ditto. 

John Dubois, Wiliiaalborgh, ditto* 

John Chccibarough, George Town* Swth-Ctroiinfi. 

Thomae Hail, Oherlefton, ditto. 

Edward Davi?, Savannah, Georgia 

[Tbe Poftfom Bo/ton, flpV and alfo tht Ptftfrom Pbitadel 

fbia % New Tork, &c, arrives at New L nd n on IVcdnefday 

Evenings, and Jet out on tbiir return on Ybtt-fday Mornings 

at 8 o % Clock in the Summer Sea/on and at 9. o* Clock in Winter ■. jj 



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ACKET5 ltationed between TOrient anc' 
New- York, by appointment of the French 
ng, to facilitate the communication betwee 
France and America, which are under the fuper- 
{ntendancc of Heclor St. John> Efq; reJident at 
New- York, viz. 

Le Courier deTEurope, 

Le Courier del'Amerique, 

Le Courier de New- York, 

Le Courier de l'Orient, and; 4 

L'Aliigator. 
At the departure of one Packet the next follow- 
ing begins its equipment, and departs from New4 
York as near the 20th of each 5 month as their ar- 
rival will poflibly admit—and are intended to: 
bring over to this continent, and carry back to| 
Europe, letters, packets* paflTengers and goods— 
the coil of a fingle letter to I 'Orient is a French| 
livre or rod. halfpenny fterling ; and the expencej 
of a paffage -is 95 and one quarter dollars* or 50a 
Tournais, bed, table,, and every thing included, 
with the privilege of carrying trunks to the a- 
moant of 1 20® weight— the freight of goods is 
l2ol. per ton, or 4.2 cubical feet* 






Names of the Conjuls appointed by \ the French King 
to refede in the United States of America^ in order 
to favor commerce with them^ and France. 

The Sieur Barbe de- Marbois, Conful General for 
the thirteen United States, and Conful for the 
States of Pennfylvania and Delaware. 

The jieur i'Etombe, Conful for the States of Maf- 
fackafettjs^New-Hampihire, and Rhode -Ifland. 

The Sieur de St. Jean de Creveneur, Conful for 

the 

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the States of Connecticut ,New- York, and New-; 

Jerfey. 
The Chevalier d* Annemours* Conful for the 

dates of Maryland and Virginia. 
The iieur Tofcain, Vice-Confufat Nl^mpfhire. 
The Iieur Barbe de Marbois, jun/Vice-Conful ; at 

Rhode-Iiland.. 
The fieur Oiler, Vice-Conful at Virginia* 
The iieur Tftry, Vice-Conful at North-Carolina. 
The fi'eur de la Forreft, Vice-Conful at Georgia. 



American Minijfers at foreign Courts , 
Who: are alfo to negotiate Treaties of Commerce in 

behalf l 6f the United States . 
His Excellency Benjamin. Franklin,, Efqj at 

France., 

His Excellency John Adams, Efq; and 5 

His Excellency Thomas JefFerfon, Efq; at Holland 

Vm,Carmichael, Efq; Charge des affairs in Spain 

W.T.Franklm,Eft;^ecr. to Amer/>mrnin1oner; 



Comroiffioners appointed by Congrefs, 

ro fettle and adjuft Accounts with the United 
States; who are alfo to liquidate and fettle i r 
oecie value, all certificates gi ye tv by public Of 
dicers for Applies- or fervic&s, and other claim 
igainft the United States. 
Williasi Thompfon, Efq; to fettle with Corme&icui 

(his Office kept in Hartford. ) 
William bhlay > Efq; to fettle with Maffachufetts 

(his Office kept in Bofton.) 
Stephen Gorham, Efq; to fettle with N.Hampfhire 

(his Office kept in Exeter.) 
^tivard Chinn, Efq; to fettle with Rhode-Ifland 
(hi* Office kept in Providence.) 
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jln Eftimate of the Number of~Inhabitant 
in the United States > made in Congrejs 
September y 1774. 

It h tbitant*. Capable of Arms 

'New-Hampfhire, 150.000 37 S co 

;Mairach fetts, - - 400, 4 ©o — — 100,000 

Rhode- Ml «nd, v - - S9^7 8 14^*9 

Coimeclictft, - - 192,000—— 48,000 
New- York, - . 250.000 ■ tz^to \ 

New-}e*fey, - - 150000 — — 32 500 
Pennfyl. & Delaware, 350.000 — 8 .500 
Maryland, - - - 320,000 — — 80.000 
Virginia . - - - 6^0,000 —162,500 
North-Carolina, - 300000 — 75000 
South-Carolina, - 225 000 — — ► 56,250 



Total, 3, '046 67$Total>756,669 



\ The Total Number of the whole Race of Man- 
kind now on the furface of the Globe, is compu- 
ted to be 893,200,000. 

j If we reckon with the Ancients, that a Gene- 
ration lafts 30 Years, in that fpace 898,200,000 
'Men will be born and die, confequently 82,0274 
r will die every day* 



A general Bejcriptian ^America. 

THIS great weltern continent, frequently de- 
nominated the new world, extends frorn 
the Soth degree north, to the 56th degree of iqutl* 
'latitude, and where its breadth is known, from the-l 
I35 to tne 136th degree of weft longitude, from 
(London, ftretching between 8 and 9000 miles in' 

length ( 



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length, and in its greateit breadth 3690. ; It fees * 
both hemifpheres, has two fummers and a double] 
winter, and enjoys all the variety of climates 
which the earth affords. It is warned by the two 
great oceans. To theeaftward it has the Atlan- 
tic, which divides it from Europe and Africa, 
To the weft it has the Pacific v or great fouth fea, 
by which it is feparated from Afia. By thefe feas, 
it may, and does, carry on a direct commerce 
with the other three parts of the world. It is 
compofed of two great continents, one on the! 
north, the other upon the fouth, which are joined 
by the kingdom of Mexico, which forms a fort 
of iftmus 1 500 miles long, and in one part of Da- 
rien, fo extremely narrow, as to make the com- 
munication between the two oceans by no means! 
difficult, being only 60 miles over. In the great 
gulph, which is formed between the ifthmus and 
the northern and fouthern continents, lie aninfi-! 
nite multitude of' ifflahds, many of them large, 
moft of them fertile, and denominated the weft 
Indies^; in contfadiftinclron to the countries and 
Iflaifds of Afia, beyond the Cape of Good Hope, 
Which are 'called the eaft Indies. 



^W^Lofi'don Medical " Society. 

Do&.) Johh Barker, President, 
""■©©a. Thomas Coit, Vice-Prefident, | 

Docl. Simon Wom?ott, Secretary. 

This Society was . formed in -October, 1783,, 

and confifts of* mbft of the Practitioners of Phyfic 

and Surgery in the County' of New -London, who 

have quarterly Meetings in the Cities of New- 

• London* 



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London and Norwich, for the benevolent PurpofeJ 
of keeping up the moit friendly Connexion, affift-j 
ing each other with Advice in their Profeffion,* 
and detecting and expofing every Impofiuon from? 
the ufe of fallacious or unnecefFary -.Meiicine, 
which the Ignorance or Credulity of their Fe'lcw- . 
Citizens may render them liable to. They an 
nually in April, chuie a Prefident, Vice-Preiident 
and Secretary. 



njiVAiipviti 

^ Howell E(q> | Davtf Auftin, Efq; 
lBi.hop.ju.Efqi ; John Whiting, Efq; 



Corporations. 

City of N&w-H/ven. 
Hon. Ro&er Sherman, Efq; Mayor. 

, ft LDERMBNi 

Thoiua 
Samuel 

City- oi in w L ndon 
Hon. R'cka t: d Law, Efqj Mayor. 

John Defhon. 'Efq* j Winrh. Saltonftall.Efq 
DavidM uofor :.Efq I Thorn -s Shaw, Efq; 
City of H.U.TFO d. 
Thomas Sey mour v Efq* Mayor* 

?"' L B B R M t N • 

Col. Samuel Wyl y* I kife Poo?, Efq; 
— — , t JC p$ Sattjuflivfarfh. 

City of M udls.-) ow v . 
Hori. Jabiz rfAMMN, Efq> Mjyor. 

'lpermin, 

Gen. <*a. H. Parforis . Coi. Matthew T.tlcnfr 
rh*l. Moit m<°r Efq; J Gen. Comfort Sage 

C( .*' pf Noi-w ch. 
Hon. B« a.i am i n H u n i g to n Rfq ; Ma j o . 

D'RMfcN, 

NBen.Je ••'.finnti ,; o i hr f e ~'n » wefl/F q 



- t»> 

I American Congrefs.. ™~~ 

Names of the Honorable Members of the United StaUs 
in Congrefs, <wbkh eon<vtntd at New- York, in 
January, 1785. 

His Excellency R. H. Lee, B% Preftaent, 
New-Hampfhire, Mr. Tofter, Mr. Long. 
MafTachufetts, Mr. Gerry, Mr .Holten, Mr. Parr 

t ridge, Mr. King.. 
Rhode-Ifl.and, Mr. Ellery, Mr. Howell.. 

K Connecticut, Mi*. Cook, Mr. John/on. 
New-Yofck, Mr. R. R,Li<vingJton,Mx. W.ZivJ 
ingftvn, 7 Mr. Piatt. 
[New-Jerfey, Mr. Beatiy, Mr. Cad<waliader,Mr< 
■ Stewart. 

Pennfylvania> Mf. Gardner, Mr. Henry >*„ 
Delaware^ 

Maryland, Mr. M< Henry* 
j Virginia, Mr. R. H. Lee, Mr. Moivral. 
^North-Carolina, M*V WillMmfon,, Mr, Spaight, 

Mr* Sitgr eaves., 
South-Carolina, Mr, ^^ Mr. M#U,Mt* PJnk- 

ney. 
Georgia* Mr. Houfiofto^ 

Civil Officers under Cbngrefu 
Hon. Charles Thomfon, Secretary cfCongrefs?. 
Hon. John Jay, Efq\ Minifter for Foreign Affairs. 
Jofeph Carleton, Eft; Secretary injhejtfepartment 

of War: 
James MMWgzn, .Comptroller of the Treafury. .-. 
Michael Hillegas, Treafurer. 
Joseph Nourfe, Regifter \ f Accounts. 

John D. Mercier> Auditor y J 
Re<u* Mr. Jones* \ nL ^ ; .. . n 

Rev. Mr. fW>ft, J ChapUn ' '" Cm ^ r - . 



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John Dun 


lap, Primer to 


Congrefs* 




i 


Robert Pi 


xtton,. Mijfenger to Ditto 




Matthew Harrifon, Ejq; 


Private Secretly fa bit 


Excellency the Prefidsm 


» 






Thomas Hutch ins, Geographer*. 




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•.I 3 JJJL 

| The Definitive T R E TT " Y~ 
jJBetween Gr^at-^Britain and the U?iited States? oi 

America ; ij gn ' d at. P# r£ j , S ept . 3,1783. 
In thaMame oftheMoJi Holy and Undivided Trinity^ 

IT having pleafed the divine Providence w 
difpofecthe hearts of the Moll Serene and-Moft 
Potent Prinee George the >Third, * by the Grace! 
of God King of Great Britain, France* and Ire- 
land, Defender of the Faith, Buke^cf 43runfwiclc 
and Xunenburgh, Arch-Treaiurer and Prince 
Eledlor of the Holy Roman* Empire &c. and of 
the United States of America, to forget all pail 
mifunderliandings and differences that have un^ 
happily interrupted the good correfpondenee and 
friendship which they mutually wim- to reftorei 
and to eftablilh fuch a beneficial and fatisfa&ory 
intercourfe between the two countries, - irpoa tht£< 
ground of reciprocal advantages and mutual. con- 
venience, as ..may promote and fecure to, both per- 
petual peace and harmony ; and having for this 
defirable end already laid the foundation of peacej 
and reconciliation, by the/. Provifional ^Articles 
figned at Paris on the 30th of'Novemfyer, ,1782^ 
by the Commiffioners empowered , on each^partj, 
which Articles were agreed to be infer ted in, and 
to conitttute the Treaty of peace proppfed to be 
concluded between the Crown of. Great-Britaiii 
and the raid United States, but vvljich Treaty wa$ 
not to be concluded until terms of Peace ilioul<$ 
be agreed upon between GreatrBrltain and France]: 
and his Britannic Majefty irrould be^rcady to con-; 
elude fuch Treaty accordingly : and the Treaty 
fcetvvecn GreVt^ritarn and France having fincc 
been conclude^," his Britannic TvTajefty and the 
'tlTnited Stntc; of Amen eg, in order to carry intc 

T i b 1 p i 1 I'n i . l i (ulT 1 — »«. iiw 5 



_^_ ( 39 ii_ 

full eiFeft the. Provi/ionai. Articles above-mentl^j 
oned, according to the tenor, thereof, have condi-i! 
tutcd and appointed, that is. to fay, his Britannic] 
Majefby on his part* David Hartley, Efq; Mem^j 
ber of the parliament of Great-Britain, and the I 
{aid United .States on their part, John- Adams, [I 
Efq; late a Comniiflioner of the United States ofj 
America at the- Court of Verfailles, latcDeiegatef 
in Congrefs from .the. State ©f MaiTachufetts , and . j 
Chief Jufticevof.the.faid State, and Minifter Pie-' 
nipotentiarp of the faid United States > to their 
Hi£h Mightineffestke- States GeneraL of the Uni- 
ted Netherlands:;. .Benjamin Franklin, Efq; late 
j)elegate in Congrefs, from the State of Pennfy 1- ■ 
yania^ Prefident of * the .Convention of the faid; 
State, &Miniiler Plenipotentiary from the United 1 
States of America at the Court of Verlailles ; and'! 
JohnJay,Efq; late Prefident of Congrefs, andChief | 
Jullice of the State of New- York \ and Minifler Ple-j 
jnipotsntiary fromthe faid United States at the; 
Court of Madrid^" to be the. Plenipotentiaries for! 
^concluding an-d figning the prefent definitive trea-! 
Xy ; who, after. haying v reciprocally communicated; 
their refpe&ive full powers* have agreed upon and 
/confirmed the* following Articles. 
? Ae.t. i? His Britannic Majeiiy. acknowledges 
the faid. United States; viz, New-Ham pfhire, 
Ma&ac.hufetts-Bay, Raode-Ifland and Providencejj 
Plantations, CohiTeclicut, New- York, Ne w- Jer- 
sey , Peanfy Ivaiiia, Delaware, Maryland, Virgi- 
Sia, North-Carolina, .South-Carolina, and Geor- 
gia, to be free, Sovereign, and independent 
States ; that he treats -with them as fuch, and for 
ttimfeif, Ins heirs and facceffors, relinquifhes all 
claims to the- government, propriety, and territo- 
PW 'fights of the44me, and every part thereof 



And that aft difputes which might! 
arife in future on the fubjecY of the boundaries of 
the faid United States may be prevented^ it is I 
hereby agreed and declared,, that the following/ 
are and mall be their boundaries, viz. From the 
North-weft angle of Nova-Scotia, viz. That an-' 
gle which is formed by a line drawn due north: 
from the fource~of St. Croix River to the High- 
lands, along the faid Highlands, which divide- 
hofe rivers that empty themfelves into the river. 
St. Lawrence, from thofe which fall into the At- 
lantic Ocean, to the North-wefternmoft head of 
Connec~licut-River ; thence down along the mid-j 
die of that river to the forty- fifth degree of north; 
latitude ; from thence by a line due weft on faid; 
latitude, until it ftrikes the river Iroquois or Ca-I 
t aranuv t thence aioncp tlw* m>iAAl&-4*£ ^^> &~ul *#4i£ 

yer into Lake Ontario ; through the middle ofj 
(aid lake until it ftrikes the communication by) 
water between that lake and Lake Erie ; thence 
along the middle of faid communication into 
Lake Erie; through the middle of faid lake,..un-. 
til it arrives at the water communication between 
that lake and Like Huron, thence through, the 
middle of faid lake to the water communication 
between that lake and Lake Superior ; thence 
through Lake Superior northward of thelfles 
Royal and Philipeaux to the Long Lake ; thence 
through the middle of faid Long Lake and the 
water communication between it and the Lake of 
the Woods, to the faid Lake of the Woods 
thence through the faid Lake to the moft north- 
weftern point thereof, and from thence oh a due 
weft courfe to the River Miflifippi ; thence by a 
{line to be drawn along the middle of the faid R{ 



; 



( 4' ) 



v€r Miifinppi, until it'ftiali mteriEittne hbrthei n- , 
molt part of the thirty-firfl degree of north lati- i 
tude. South, by a line to be drawn due eafl : 
from the determination of the line lail mention- i 
&d in the latitude of thirty-one degrees north of j 
the equator, to the middle of the River Apaiachi-'l 
ciiola or Catahouche ; thence, along the mid-' 
die thereof to its junction with the Fiint-river .,{ 
thence fir aight to the head of St. Mary's. River ; | 
and thence down along the middle of St. Ma- j 
ry's River to the Atlantic Ocean. Eaft, by a'| 
line to be drawn along the middle of the River' 
St. Croix, from its mouth in the Bay of Fundy, 1 - 
to its fburce,,and from its fource directly north to j 
theaforefaid Highlands which divide the rivers-! 
that fall into the Atlantic Ocean from thole whichij 
'fbrrifr^Mt!* *?^v-».St*-L2.wrsiic5^comprehendin£j, 
■all iflands within twenty leagues of any part of ;i 
the % mores of the United States, and lying between'] 
lines to be drawn due eaft from the points where; 
t}ie aforefaid , boundaries between Nova- Scotia on ^ 
the one part, and Eaft-F lorida on the other, fhali J 
refpe&ively touch the Bay of Fundy and the At- • 
Ian tic Ocean, excepting fuck iflands as now are J 
or heretofore have been within the, limits of thjs ij 
faid Province ©£ Nova-Scotia* 

Ab^t, Ili.*!* » agreed that *he people of she Uritrd Sttr«tf | 
&a!5 continue to eoj >y unmo!e§ed the right to tike fift.of tfa-f'i 
ry Wind on the Grand Btnk, and on all the other benki o/jl 
Hcwfmiiidiftad, tUo in the Gufph of St. Lismnc*, and ai) c-Vg 
thar plapei in the fsa, wjserc.the inhabitants of both c*tintrie«l| 
tUN tt kay ti:t\? heretofore >o £&: And al fo, that the inha j^ 
UitanW of the United States frail have libert? to take fi&jjj 
of « very kind on fuch part of the coaft of NewieuBcJa^ a«jg 
Brittfli 6&>jraca fliali uf*(bnt not to diy or eo-c the fame onj|j 
that Ifiand) and alfo on ths coaft?, bay» and mekt of al» hie] 4 
i^fkarmic Majt&y'a dominio.ni in America $ and that the Am 

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K^kT? W « 5 in «M't*a».W*l to obt S ; n !j 
ma/ht?.,,?'!"^ o/' h «>«ft«t.,, right. e „d pr.p«,tie„ J 
mi? n*»« B.ers co 5 fifMSed } and that Coneref. flull aJfoaa'.l 

fluTr/STTS' *?*** •"«■■• " '-• *«-io» »„ ! 

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rh=<:— — j f /. ' iu " p«*a« m*? t»»epaidoa j>ur-; 
/■& ? A ^ ^ !and '' **" « W*ti.afao the L.\ 

££ T*!&S '2^****" -»«C with iMaJfeJ **& ' 

;!>♦«. ,n th« p ™ft CB . U0 , „ f their juftngU,. 

w JL?2«L rf tb *" *'" b «'«»f^'"««onnf f af;o«madJ 
for or k!« j :" t,0 "«*«»»»^«« tfai^any ae.foo or p.-f.o.j 

'^lL±lZli^l' 1 . ^ »- ""fan thai', on ihataaccnt,' 



uft«r any Hrtu.e loin o« ume^ ( c ther in nil per fan, liberty v \ 

l»r*pety i tad thitt th^fir who may be in confinement on 
ach charge, at t«>e tjme of the ratification of the Treaty in. 
Ar^e -ic*, fta-I b* immediateJr frt K liberty and the profrtu- 
iou fo commenced bi dif continued* 

Art. VI*. There foe 11 be a firm and perpetual* peace be- 
tween h « Britannic Majefty and the fa*d Bate** and between 
the fucjc&t of the one, and the ctffcemi of the other ; where-' 
fore alf hoftiUtiea ooth by fea and land* flr^ii, from henceforth,': 
ceafe j all tvWon*'« gn »oth' ; fi'dca -foil! be fet at liberty, and' 
hi* Bntannic 'M^ftrfcal!, »>ith ait convenient fpe*d 9 and 
without c«uftng an ; ^c^liuaion, or carrying a*eyeny Negotz 
or other* property of the American inhabitant*, withdraw a!J 
hi« a*TO'«* f garrrtf >svs anil ft.-ete frpm ths f iii ; U iredStatei, and 
tVom ev«ry nofl ? p!*ce ana t« .••bour wi'feiu the famr p leaving in 
jail fortification* th< American artillery th-t may be fhe-e n j 
• and (ball * :fo order and caufe *\l och «vei, -ccord F lerU, and> 
!paper§ belonging ts an? of ch* f*id fate** or fcW/ citigan*? ' 
[which in thecourfc of the wm may-have f*.'Ien into the h ndt 
;V his oflice(«9 to It forthwith refttfred. and delivered to the 
Sp ope: ftatei and pcrfon* to whom they '-belong. j 

| AnTc VIH. Tfce nav'gaC'cnof the rive^M'ifllfipp^frote 
jit* foui«e o the ocrsnifeall for*ver remain Utt and op«n to rKe 
[iubjedi of Great- Britain, ate the citizen* of the United State*. 
I /. rt. IX. In cafe it fhoulo (o happen that any place or 
territory begging to Great- Britain, or to tha United Statee, 
fhould have 3 been conquered by the arm* of either from the 
iothe?, before -the arrival of the faid Pfovificnal Articles in 
[America, it J g agreed that the f*n*e all be re&?7cd without 
[difficult;, and w'rt-haut reqtf'n ig anjT coiijfs?nfit!on, 

LAtT. fc. The foleni'j ftattficaticmeof the crsfent Treaty, 
pedited in good and «?u* foftn, 4faal! 4vc rxehingrd between 
'the eon tracing Pertiee in she fjaqe oi fix mnnthi, or footer, 
tif pcffiUe, to be ctfmpu ^d forn the day ©f thefignature of thai 
jprefent Treaty. * In wkn%& whereof we *he undeifigriedj 
their Winiflira Plenipotentiary, hwt in thsir name, and In 
virtue of cur full po#£ a, fi?>*ed wit' our hand* the p efcnt 
;DVfi iitive Treaty^ end caufed the S*a!i of our Arm* to be af- r 
[fixed 'the. 'etc ~i>oara; Pas>«, S rtemhs^ 3d. 1783. j 

f -(-. S;} JOHN ADAMS, ' 

(L. SV) DAVID HARTLEY, 

j l [L. S.) B. FRAK'KLIN, 

I . (L. S.) JOHN JAY. 



! 



TT~0 

( No. I. ) 

Rnai to Sjwioji. 



( u') 

A 



G^oton, 




Barb*r 

Dfnifon 

Palnser 

Thomion 

B erin 

Ch&mpHn 

Hawbina 

Sandi 



bar'tft&wn, 

S. i£ : .ng&:n, 
To*er HiM-, 
Narraganfet- Fcrry 9 Martin 4 
Sherry & Connanicut liland 4 
NEWPORT 4 



( *c. II. ) 

Lowir or Poft Road to 

EcfSTON. 

(See Road No. I.) 
To Tswet HiH, Saudi, 39 
North K -ngftan, Alien, 8 
Baft-Greenwich, Pierce) « 

and Arnold) 
Patmtfft, Abo n or Randal 10 
Providence, Olncy, Rice,) 

D«x:er or Aldrich,) **; 
Atiltborough, Dagger:, 9 
W/en ham, Harcfe, 
— Mann, 

•Walpola, Badden, 

*- Digger, 

Dedharn, Amci or Gay, 
\ fRoxbtif?* Whiting, 

euo«, Bracket, 



"5 



-( No. III. ) 

Middlt Road n Boston 

thro* Psovimnci. 

. Hamilton or ) 

Raymond, ) ' 
"lUs - • a, Lord, Liihiof.) 



Nawent, Burnbam f 

iainfield, Eaton, 
Vol unto wn, Dm ranee, 
Corentry, Knox, 
icktiate, Taylor, 
— — A«jgtJ e 
Johnfcn> F<fe, 
Proric^ncs. Rica, 
To BoSon, (See No. If .) 45 
104 



( ' O. IV. ) 

Poft Road from Bofton to 
Ntwburj-Porf, Portf- 
mouth end C^fco-Bay. 
Mcdford, Poster, 5 

Maiden, Hilt, i 

Ljnn, NewtH, 4J 

Darnreri, Flint, 6 

Salem, Webb & Rftblricn, 2 
[Td go tbe ufptr Read from 
Sacra to Danven, Pa - 
n m'* 4 m\kt f thtnet to 
Wcaham* .Porter't, 4.] 
Satem Fcny, ^Watcre, 
Bererly Feny, Lsach, 
Ditto. * Gtitteridgty. j 

W«nham f Porter, 

! ?'** h » I r Horn,., 

Rowley, P*»foo, 

Newbury, Tit tomb, 

*( *4crrili, 
Newbur3r-Po?t,(Daveupo?t 

(and Luat 

Saiifbu»v» Garirn, 4 

Seabiook, Griffith, : 

r , .. (Sanborn 

Hampton-Falla, l (&We|h a 

H:~cap en, Leavitt, 3 
Noith-H2mp:on, Lcavitt, 1 



JUL 



{St r**c*e?.a£, ^ 

Portfmouih > a * 5 

(or Bfewfteiy D 

(Ei-jstfura, 

OdYok, ^Wojtfbiidgc 9 

(^id ft***, 
yVeils, LutlcSeld, 13 

pitto, Co'*j> . -g' 

K;8Bnebi3Bk> Mr«bal! t 6 

krunfiell, Parfeo, A 2 

S/CO, H ocptr & ftr«d$rct{f 6 

Pepptfrtibbro 11 Bradbu;y 9 4 

)$c*rk»orougb 9 Mti!>ken, 2 

$>ittc 9 . Curlsr, 2 

Ditto, Ma |£, . 2 

Faim-juta, Moticy and 

Falmouth, ? W*'u, Shat 



( N . V. p 
&3*d from Fa'-mW*> Oafc*- 

B*t, to Fo:t Wiftim on 

Kenmbuk Riv-. 
a I mouth) .« Wnilo4#, 5 
Dkt" 3 < Wiifon 4 

Gray, . Hunt 5 

O-tiO, Maihu 9 , 4 

V? «-Gloceft*r, Ch andier 4 
D;«o, D^t % 1 

L«*ft9irn, - Commlog 9 
Oi t 9 Vifnuoi, 5 

Wint.i'oo, Chandler 10 



(N,VF„) 
Hoid ff^tn Falmouth to th*. 

Uf»p«t Co' affo . 

N'w-Gltteftcr, D-'v<«, 23 

^'-k<ifton 9 . . Emsry. 9 

; v ^rdield, G*«?nvroc4. 6 



N .. t \ u , J LKUUj 5 

SrudP, Canada, iw.cftti, ifc 
Shtljume, JngaliJ, is 
Daftmourh, r^g** 12 

'MorshuaiWland, £«n c«, S 



( Nc. VII.) 
Upper Road tc Fulm.ittb, h 

Cafco Bczy, 
MHferd, Forur, 4 

Wcbctn, Eiackf:orfe. 3 

Dkto, Kfadalt or Fowl*, 3 
Wilmington, Daant, 3 

PiUoj BUDchaid, 1 

Andov«v Ab'jot, 4 

[ToS/ua/'i, on the Ea* 
R *£ to the Ac^d&my, 2] 
Hitt^ . Adam*, t 

Hire hll?, Harfod, 7 

Pi/.ftow, Sawyer,' 5 

~. « $ Bkkf, €ale£ , 
• Vn 8 aor " find Wh«kr, 6 
> Rioter, Giddtn & Foliom, 6 
TSratrum, Folforo, 5 
Nc^markcr 9 Mead and 

Folfpm* 5 
DurhtJTp Cag^j, 4 

OoVcr, Gage & Shannon 5 6 
Berwick, £ Lorij • 6 

Ditto, , Tfiorapfon, 2 

Ditto, fclayj, 2 

■y/e*!«, - LirhfieHJ, 7 

Kcnnebimlr, K' ; obsil^ , ^ 
Ditto, Pa; Un, 2 1 

$ac», Hfloper 3t 3ra<«$r*tt, 7 1 
fepre eiboro' Bradbury^ 4I 
3c*baough, .Mill kia, 2! 

&*«*, Cutler, 

I D tto, Ma-cb, 

ittowdwjtftr, Broar 1 , 
?a!mouth f Motnyaod 
S f «yenj» 



H. 



Sfei 



Falmouth 

Town, 



K^= 

3 



Waite, 

Shattuck, 
Greeiee, 
Nsw~€afcc, Bucknam 9 
North- Yaimoutb, Loring, 
Ditto, Mitchell 

Ditto, Fro&, 

Brunfwick* Stone, 
Ditto, Curtis^ 

Maco't Fsrry, 
Pjwn&lboro% Goodwin, 
PittJtop 9 . Smith 3 
Ditto, Shaw, 

Hallowed Howa?^ 
Yaflalbocoegb* Clark, 
Winfiow, Patfif£> 
Canaan, Howard, 

No^ridgewalk, Howard, 



Colchcfter, 



Chatham^ 



( No, VIII. ) 
Poft-Road to Hartford, by 

MiddUtown . 
■ Wheeierp a 

Aliens * ' 6 
Cartty, 

J Tain tery 

Comftsck, 
■■ Arnold, 

~ ' Hig^iaej, •' 

' Bofii,.. 

Middlrtot»ff t * f,ow » 
* 2 ?«nnc 3 

Upper houfe* Chau c«V 3 

Rocky Hill, Grjmet, 



( No. IX. ) 
Road to Djrttncu'iCoihge. 
\ WaugataiS- ot 



{Lathrop or 
Trott, 
Rudd, 
Ripl«7, 
Clark, 
Lorjilffj) 
Converi| 



I Raymond^ ' 



Norwich, 

Windham, 
Amfcrd, 
Union, 
Brim field, 
Chcckeby River, 
Palme, Quinten, 

Bckhertown, D wight, 
Amhuift, 
Sunderland,. 
Montaquc, 
'Korthfietd, "' 
Hinrdaie, 



Field, 

Pillinga, 

Root, 

Hunt, 

Tailor, 
Chefterfield, Snow, 
Weftmoreland, Butter&eld, ^', 



4 
g 

14 

7 
ii 

4 

jo 
8 

6 i 

'If 

n! 
i 

9a 



Walpoie, 

Number 4, 

Claremont, 

Cornifh, 

Plainfield, 

Lebanon, 

Coliega, 



Baldwin, 

Walker, 

Wait, 

Chafe,* 

Smith, 

Tamer,' 

Brtwrrer, 



1 

1 



m x. ) --' \ 

> Sufqutbannsb. I 
Lyme, GnfH.i, 16: 



' Road to 
N. Quart. _ 

H. Had. Chapman'a Fer'iy, 8] 
Haddam 3 Braaoerd, 
Durham, ' Camp, 
WaDmgford, Johoion, 
Chethire, Dooiittb, 
Waterbury, Brownfon, 
Woodbury, Waiktr, 
DittOp > Row, 
N*w MUforr^ Caufield, 
New- FairficM, Barnee^ 
Dover, Re fa, 

J- * Baker, 

North Rive r, Storm, 
Ow*n> 



WiiVjK 



10: 

$ 

II 

6i 

lot 

6 

7 
9 

J 

7 * 






( 47 ) :. 



Duckc, 

[Delaware Riur» 

Colefa*, 

; ;s,,:. Skew,., 

SctUy, 

ckaway Fort, ^ 
ireat Swamp, 



Road to Niwtlav** and 

2v#w TV*. 
Ropc-r«iy, Min«', 5 

L*mr, Acderfon, a 

? Paifom, a 

( 3»y-Brak Ferry, Saniord, i 
Sa* -Brook, Ely, 4 

— 1— ' ' Leigh, ^ '5 

' .1 (rant or 
iKillmgworjn,. J B us j; t 

Guilford, | , Hall, 
Branforf,. Bald Vic, 
j New- Haven, Scott, 

>|tlford, GnanalJ, 

Stratferd, Brookr, ^ 
Fairfield, Penfialf, 
Norwalk, Rec^ 9 
Stamford, Webh r ', 
Ho-fc-Neck, Knap, 
(Rye, .[' Hsvifand, 

&$erincckf, Hortoo, 
I N tw Roehe!,Wi! Ha ma* 
l E/ft Chefter Guyong, 
K ng«* Bndga^Ciooifp 
Kew-Yerk^ _ __ 

Pfom'iWrw 7>* , t\i **£.> 

iadtlpbia. , 

Newark, SCenny *«> 

EiUaljeih TowH^G«b«m, > 

Woodhtridge, Jwkfon, 10 



Brunfwirk, D ike, io <j 

Ten mttei.run, Jcnti, io I 
Princeton, Beekrotn, . 8-* 
Trenton, ' Bergen, i*:j 
B«3ftci, k ' McElrcy, , io g 
.fenny Peck j>;.-Ho) met, io',i 
f Nckfprt, Martina t 5 ; 
frhikdalp hia, S'j 

Frooi Philadelphia to 

Derby, ^ Ha)tf, 
Chefter',*, With), 
WnmingtonaJentlR/^ 13 ; 
Chriftiana Brieve, Darby, &3 
H*M Eik, HoUingfworth ia- 
Charjtftown, farmer, 10 | 
Acroh Sufquehanaa } ] 



Durbin, 
Hartford or Bufe Town, 7 
, Philip*, J 

Uggot'aTaettii, 13 

Baltimore., M'Csqtki >3J 
•yb» Rope-Ferry, 
£puvrier'i Tavern, 
Ro»V« Tavern, 
Eladdenhurgfc, Johftdon, 34 
Alexao&i?, Loraaz, 14 
To Mount Vi/nsnjthc Sea 
of Gen. JVajbinfrton, < 

From J0t9tandria io 
mikt&jbuirgb, 
CoJch^ftR*, 
Dumf sa, 
Aciuai*, 

Fredemkburgr^, 
Bawlir.g Green, 
Hubbard'i Tavern 
Ay'euo, 
|LuroVt Ferry, 
£*rtwright*i, 
WilHimfburgh^ 



16 

J 
*3 

iV; 
*4J 






■#.41 



Eclipses for the Year i , 85 

THERE ; will be only two Eclipses 
this Year, an4 both of the .S UN,, as, 

follows : • 

X« The nrft will be iri the 21ft Degree of 
.%; February 9th,. at 7b. 5.4m. in the Mor- 
ning, in viable to us* by Reafo.a of the 
Moon's South Latitude ; but at the Ifland 
of. St. Helena s it. will, be viiible, and almoir. . 
totaL ;., 

II.; The fecond will be in the 13 th Degree 
of Si Auguft the 4th, at 9 o'Cfcck at 
Night, confequently invisible to us ; but 
in the great Pacifil Ocean, near the Ifland 
St. Pedro, the Sun will, be viiibly and to- 
tally eclipfed. . 



Difference of High -W a t e r at federal Places\ 
from New-Lo,NDON. . 

LT -New- York, Tarpaulin~Cove> and Say- 
, ^ Brook Bar, the fame, as New-London, — at 
Rhode-Iiland and Amboy, 40 Minutes fooner, — 
at Providence, 25 Mfnutfs fooner,— at Sandy- 
Hookj ; -2 Hours and 40 Minutes fooner, — at Alba- 
ny, 3 Hours and o Muui.es fooner, — -at Bofton, 
2 Hours and 20 Mi nates later, — -at Guilford an ll 
'New-Haven, 2 Hoars and 50 M:aat*s later,— at! 
Philadelphia,,.; Hours and 20 Minutes later,-—! 
at Norwich~Lan 'i-vo; 4; Mihuteskter — at South-' 
old Harbour, 2 Hours and -o Mi &ut«a latere , 







JANUARY hath 31 Days. 


Laft quart. 3 day 2 aft. 


Firft quart. 17 day 1^ an. 


New 
M\W\ 


3) 10 day 9! aft. 


Full # 25 day 4^ morn. 


Kakndar, &c. 


W.Q/<?/|Ftf//*?rf|r. & 


\\ 7IO flow clock 3m. »7 28 5 1 26 


10 43 


<2 BJ ([ Apog. V 4 x 7 27 -5'. 2 10 


11 44 


3 2 Inf. c. Brifiol. \y 27 5 


2 50 


Morn. 


4 


3 Inf. c. Bojhn & 2*V£.J7 26 5 3 34 


45 


5 


4 Cold, chilly weather. \y 26 5 


421 


1 50 


6 


5 Epiph. d lat. 5 i2f.J7 25 5 


5 n 


2 55 


7 


6 Unfettled weather. \y 25 5 


5 *37 


4 4 


8 


7' 8 21 £; Snow or \y 24 5 


6 37 


5 12 


9 


B 1 ft Sund. paft Epiph.7 2 4 5 


7 35 


6 17 


IQ 


2 7*s fouth 8 o'clock. \y 23 5 


835 


• fets 


11 


3 Inf. c.Charleft. rain. 7 22 5 


9 35 


5 39 


12 


4 D Perig. $ £ 


7 21 5 


10 34 


6 52 


*3 


SJ6 ^ & falling 


7215 


11 30 


8 15 


14 


6] weather. 


7 20 c 


22 


9 2 9 


?s 


7 Nig. leng. 14I1. 28^.7 19 5 


1 10 


*S 45 


16 


B^d Sund. paft Epiph.7 l % 5 


1 ^qU 53 


17 


2|Inf. e. E. Greenwich. 


7 ** 5 


2 48 


Morn. 


18 


3 


m lat. 5 N. 


7 *7 5 


3 38 


1 1 


*9 


4 


O enters ^ 


I »« 5 


43I 


2 21 


20 


5O flow of clock 12m. 


7 *5 5 


5 2 4 


3 35 


21 


61 Pleafant. 


7 H 5 


6 17 


4 3i 


22 


7! A ftorm 


7 13 5 


$#6 


5 23 


^3 


B Septuatgefima. 


7 12 $ 


'7 37 


6 11 


H 


2J is near. * 


7 * 1 5 


8 28 


6 52 


2 S 


3 Conv. St. Paul. 


7 10 5 


9 *5 


»rife 


16 


4 # 8 Clouds up 


7 9 5 


958 


6 22 


2 7 


5j# Apog. for -{how. 


7 8 5 


10 40 


7 *4 


28 


o| Moderate 


7 7 5 


11 28 


£ 23 


*9 


7|Days length 9J1. 48m. 
BjSexagef. weather. 


7 6 5 


3 


9 22 


30 


7 5 5 


38 


10 23 


[3-1 2|7 # s fouth 6h, 31m. 


7 3 5 


1 20 


11 31 








X 









L 


F E B 11 U A R Y hath 28 Bays. "|| 


Lail quart. 2 day 9 morn Firii quar. 15 any 1 1 \ ait J 


N< 


;w ]) 9 day 7 -J- morn. Full g| 23 day 8| aft. 


JfjJF] Kalender, OV; [r. $/ l/*//^/"*. 1;./. ' 


I 


3 


Sup. c. Litchfield. 7 25 


2 .2 


Morn. I 


4 


4 


7*s fouth 6 h. 26m. 


7 1 5 


2 35 


29 


3 


c 


D lat. 15 15.S. 


7 5 


3 43 


* 37 ! 


4 


6 


Days length, loh. 2m. 6 59 d 


4 34 


2 44 i 


j 


7 


Changable 16 57 .6 


5 39 


3 49 j 


6 


B 


Quinquagefima. 6 56 6 


6 39 


4 4-6 


7- 


2 


weather. Stormy. 6556 


7 39 


5 35 


8 


3 


Sup. c. Danhury. Inf. 6 54 6 


.8 9 


6 21 


1 9 


4 


(c. Northampton. 6 53 6 


9 10 


2) lets 


;IC 


5 


6-7t-J f 6 51 6 


10 2 


7 3 


In 


6 


;*s fou. 5h. 49m,, 


6 50 6 


10 55 


8 17 ! 


II 2 


7 


Rain or fnow. 


6 49 6 


11 46 


9 33 


13 


B 


Quadrageiima. 


6 48 6 


37 


10 49 


14 


2 


Valentine. ?6 46 6 


1 3012 3 


*5 


3 


Sup. Co N, Haven and 6 4c 6 


2 24 Morn. 


16 


4t\^\\*« (Bojlon. { 6 44 6 


3 *7j 1 18 


i? 


5 


"Snowy weather. 


6 42 6 

6 41 6 


4 10] 2 26 


-1 8 


6 


enters X 


5 4! 3 25 


*9 


7 


How clock lAjrn. 


6 40 6 


5 5 8 4 12 


20 


B 


2d in Lent. 


6 38 6 


6 4 1 4 43 


21 


2 


Inf. c. S. Kingfion. 
Inf. Q.PittsjieH. 


6 37 6 


7 3 5 *7r 


22 


3 


6 36 6 


'7 4< 


5 35 


2 3 


4 


Midling tides. 


6 34 6 


8 36 


& rife 1 


2* 


5 


St. Mathias. Aftorm.'6 33 6 


9 20 


6 14 


2 5 


6 


2 20^ #lat> 2.48^ 6 32 6 


IO Q 


7 16 


26 


7 


More 6 30 6 


IO 40 


■8 i$| 


27 


B 


3dinjLent. pleafant, 6 29 6 


U 21 


9 21? 


2g 


2 


D^y s' length nh. m. 6 28 6 


12 6 TO 2$ 


7;he Planet Venus will he Evening star to tne ' 


Ifcftof May, from thence Morning Star to the! 



M'A-R C'H' hath 3iJDays 

Laft. quart. 3 day midnig 
New D 10 day 5^aftern 

M\JF\ ^Kalcrde^UT^yiTQj. \fidfea 



Fir.fi: quart. 17 day 1 aft. 
Full & 25 day j£ td't 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
'£/ 

9 
ic 

pt.i 

12 

*3 

H 
<5 
16 

17 

i'S 

20s E. Palm Sund. 



IS up. c. Hartford. Inf. 9 26 6 
(c. Bar -nft 'able. 6 25 6 
flow of clock 1 2m. 5 23 6 
;;*s fet 1 ih 54m ,6 22 6 

Days length uh 1.8 m ,6 21 6 
}th in Lent. |6 19 6 

Sup. c. hi export.. \6 18 6 
fiiF.' c. Taunton. D g 16 
]) Per. High tides 
6* If- D~ Uncom- 

6|fortable weather. 
*s.fet uh 32111. 
J&.-lat. 4^55 N. 
Day-break 4I1 zorav- 
Sup. c. Windham. 
Flying clouds. 

5|St. Patricks. 

6] BhiflerJng. . 

7! O How clock 8 mi 



F 



^'up. 



;-y; 



fefeec 



16 6 

6 15 6 

6 14 6 

\z 6 

ji 6 

10 6 

8 6 

7 6 

5 \ 

4 6 

r o 



51 

1 38 

2 31 

3 2 5 

4 26 

5 3 

6 22 

6 52 

7 4 8 

8 44 

1 9 37 

10 29 

1 1 22 



3. Sap. c. Nor-wich, InRJS 

4 (c. Litchfield. 

5 A ftorrn about 
25" 6;Geod Friday,.. 

I thcfe days. 
271 B Eafter Sunday. 
m 2 1 Skowry. 

291 3 Nig.leng. uh 34m. 
J3°j V Spring-like weather. 
i in 5 7 # s fet i oh 23m J5 45 7J 1 25 



O 6 

58 7 

57 7 

56 7 

54 7 

53 7 

15 5* 7 

50 7 

40 7 



47 7 
46 7 



id 

*5 
10 

6 

5 S 
51 
5 4° 

5 
5° 

9 

8 49 

9 2 9 
so 1 J 

ii 1 
11 25 



II 2* 

Morn 

3S 

1 38 
2. 37 
3- 2.7 
4 1 

4 47 

5 20 
D fetsi 

7 32 

8 29 

9 47 
1 1 4 
Morn, 

o 

1 



*5 

^9 
2 51 

3i 

3 



2 5 

-4g 



25 



4 
4 
4 
5 12 
& rif: 

7 *$» 

8 23 

9 28 

10 57 

11 44 
Morn 



A P R I L hath 30 Day, 

•t. ?. Hav. nnnn. Firfl- nnarf. 1 



Firft quart. 15 day 6 aft/ 
Full # 24 day 9 ^ morn. 



Laft quart. 2 day, noon. 
New D 9 day 2J morn. 



M 



l 9 
2.0 
21 

2 3 
2 4 
2 5 

26 

2- 
28 

! 2v ? 

ho 



*F 



'{Calender* &'c | r. 0/. \fuljea 



All Fools. 

7 # s fet 1 oh 15m, 

ft Sund. pail Eafter 
Sup. c.So. Kingfton. 
Inf. c . Hartford and, 

{New-Haven. 
ftPerig. 
Full tides. 

Rain. ( 
2d pad Eafter. 
>up. c. BriftoL 
Inf. c. Concord \ Ply-. 
( mouth _<k York 
Rights leng. iqh $2in± 
Smalj tid^s. 

Warm. 
3d paft Eafter, 
D S3 D lat. o 7 S. 



5 43- 7 
42.7 

S 4? 7 
39 7 
3 8 7 
3 6 7 
35 7 
34 
3 2 



5 3 1 

5 3°- 



28 

27 
26 



5 2 4.7 

* 2 3 7 

22 7 

5 2I 7 



Sup. c . JVorcefter. Inf 15 1 9 7 

( c . Fairfield & Bojlon^ 1 3 
® Apoge. I5 17 

6l,l8r 5 15 

Pleafant. 5 14 

4th paft Eafter. 513 

Sup. c. E. Greenwich. 5 12 
Inf. c. Worcefter and 511 
{Falmouth. 5. 
5J Some cold nights. 5 
6jDays length 13I1 46m. 5 
718,17^ 15 



7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

2 7 

1 7 

9 7 

8 7 

7 

67. 



3 
3 
4 
4 

D fets 
8 a6 



3 2 
l 7 
59 
2 5 
55 
21 
47 



2 25 

3 2 3 

4 20 

5 n 

6 5 

7 * 
.7 2 9 

8 22 

9 l6 { 

10 1 o\ 

t 

11 1 210 13 

o 6J11 12, 
1. 7jMom a 

2 i o 13 
2 -54 " 4 

3 4°j l 39 

4 .29* 2 1 1 

5 12! 2 36 
2 
3 

7 341 3 5S 

8 19J 4 19 

9 2 ® rife. 

9 5* 8 3* 

10 41 9 37: 

11 3440 4is 

31.11 3 8 

1 3 1 Morn. 
. z 29I 0JJ3 



5 52 

6, 2': 

6 52; 



59 

2 2 

3^ 



"MAY hath 31 Days. 



'Laft quart. 1 day 8 aft.lFirftquar. 15 day u nig. 
New I) 8 day 1 1 * morn. Full $ 23 day io-| aft. 

|Laft quart. 30 d ay 4 aft. 

M\¥\ Kali*dar 9 fei. \V*tef\Mf**\rl +/. 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

10 

1 
iz 

1.4 
*5 

lb 

I? 

1:8 



206 

232. 

*4 3 
25 4 

a/6 

*8'7 
^jB 
302 



BISt, Phillip & James 
2 I© faftctosk 3m. £ 8 

# Lat. 1 10 N. 
4 ;Gen. Eleffion Newport 
% iMoon Perige. Some 
figns of rain. 

7*$ fet'-Sh^m- 

ift Sund. pail Afcen. 

Rain about this time. 

Days-length Mh-rom 

Sup. c. BarnfiabU, 

Gen. Eledion Hartford 

Day-break 2h. 48m. 
Spring-like 

Whit Sund; weat&er 

Some rain at this time. 

Sup. c. Plymouth. Inf. 

( c Qreat*3arrhtgion i 

( Sp ring field Sc Grot en . 

enters n„ 

Pleafant weather. 

Trinity Sunday. 
Some want of rain. 

Moon's lat. 4 20 S. 

Qew.ElecJion Bofton. 

7*s fet jh 50m 
Thunder. 

Days length 14k 42m 

i ft paft Trinity. 

Inf. c. Newport, 



5 7 
3 7 
2 7 



1 71 s 52 . 
o 7\ 6 8 



5 
4 59 

458 8 



2 

57! 



30-. 
1 

2 7 

54 
22 

.47 



9 5« 8 59 

io 55,10 
11 50:10 57 

o 45 1 1 » 37 



313 Moon Perige. 



+ 37 8 



Morn 
o 13 



4 ?7 8j 8- 58;>fets 

4 5 6 8| 

4 55 8 

4 54 8 

4 53 8, 

4 5 2 8 

* 51 8 

4 5° 8, 

f 49 8; 

4 48 8i 

4-47 8 

4 46 8 

4 45 8 
4 44 8 

t-43 8 
442 8 

4 2 
441 

44° 
439 
4 39 

mH 

■» 37 



4° 
23 
5 
48 
29 
10 
56 

33 
58 
48 
33 
9 28 i 

10 22J 9 28; 

11 I92O 19, 

12 Ijjl'O 59 



I 2 

I 24 

1 46 
t 5 

2 30 

2 ? o 

3 10 
D rife, 

8 32; 



loin 

2ji: 

54 



Mom. 



48 i o 



30 



JUNE hath 30 Days. 


New 1) 6 day 9 aft. jPuil @ 22 day 10 morn. n 


Pirft quart. 14 day 5 aft. |L aft quart. 29 day 6 mora ';' 


M\W\\ Kulmd'ir.lsc. \ri.Qj\Ful le<\r. J, t \ 


1 


4 j © fail of clock 3 m 


4 36 8 r4 38 


0-51^ 


2 


.5 1 Pleafaat. 


4 36 8j 5 28 


1 22 ii 


3 


6JDays length 14I1 50m 


4 35 8 j 6 * 2 


1 $31 


4 


jiMoon's lat. 5. 2. N. 


4 34 8 6 40 


2 16 : 


5 


I>|2d Sund. paft Trinity* 


4 34 8i 7 39 


2 48 I 


6 


2] Middling tides. 


4 33 8 8^3-8 


]> iViV; 


7 


■3 jlnf. . c. Pon.viialboro y . 


4 33 8 '. 9 37 


8 42 1 


8 


4 ! & *3 - 


4 33 810 29 


9'3| 


9 


5 J Thunder; 


4. 32 811. 19 


10 2 1 


10 


6 J iHowers hv 


4 32 8; 9 


10 35 ; 


11 


7j many places. 


4 32 8, 1 


*I 2 ' 


12 


B3; 4 - Sund. pari Trinity. 


4 3* 8 ; 1 4° 


II 22P 


*3 


2 Day-break 2I1. Mm. 


4.318] 2 2G 


II 43 I 


14! 3 Inf. c. Ne<W'Lhndfa 9 


4 3.l. 8) 3 


12 I • 


\^\^{¥aunion & Wcrcefter\\ 31 8j 3 43 


Morn.l 


1 61 5 33ays length 14b 58m' 4 31 8j. 4 26 


20 | 


ij\6\ Rain would be 4 3' 8^ 5 9 


44 1 


18J7I very welcome, 14 30 .8$ 5 52 


. 1 12 I 


ipj B'4th Su-iiL pail Trin. I4, 30 8l 6 45 


1 39 


20} 2 jlnf, G. Pr&uiiknce* (4 30 8j 7 39 


2 10 


*M3 


In£c. Wgndhath. Sup. 4 30 8j 8. - 6 


3 . 2 


f 
|8 4 


(c. lifivkb. 4 30 8| 9 v -5 


S rife 


23] 5 


Very hot wether. 4 30 Sjio 2 


8 52 


24; 6 


St. jdh&JBaptiA. 4 30 8^0 57 


9 2 $i 


2517 


7*srKeih. 48m mom.L 31 8?i 1 50 


9 5? 


26] B 


jth-Sund. pail Trin. 4 31 8||2 43 


10 31 




Moon Perige. 


4 3* 8 


1 36 


10 35 


4* 


3 up. c. York, 


4 3i 8 


2 30 


11 .17 


29 4 


Thunder (hewers in 4 31 8 


3 2 ° 


1 m} 


30; s 


many places. '4 318 


l 4 6 


Morni 



] U L Y hm'ji Pay a, 

Mew D 6 d^y 9 morn. JFull 61 21 day 7 ait. 
Firitquatv I4day iomoruJLailquar. 2<3 day 1 1 mo 






9 

3* 



1 6 \: flow clock 3m. 
.2 7 Good hay -weather. 
3 B 6th Sun J. paft Trin. 

4' 2 1'if. c. ifojfo/. 

r 3 Sup. c. Falmouth. Inf. 
(c. Plymouth. 
7 # s rife 4-8.n1 . pall mid- 
Some rain* (night. 
Moon Apoge. 
7th Sund. paft Trin. 

Fair weather. 
Inf. c. Bpfton, Salem 

Foggy mornings. 

6jMoon's iat. 5, 16. S. 

7 Clears off hot. 

B'8th paft Trin. 

2*Inf. c. j£. Greenwich. 

3 flow ck>ck 6m. 

^Commence. Cam- 
Rain about (bridge, 
enters & © 8 

this time. 
9tl\ paft Trinity,, 
Dog-days begin.. 

3 Inf. c. ExeUr. 

4 Thunder 

5 Days length 14}* 20m 

6 ihpwers. 

7 Moon's lat. 4. 38. N, 
Bj 19th paft Xsin, 



Sl 

4~3 2 
4 3 2 
4 



Ful/ec\ 



9 
10 
11 

12 

*3 

14 

6 

*7 
18 

*9 

20 

21 

22 

23 7 
24 



S 2 
33 
33 

33 8 ' 9 

34 8 i° 



5 3 

I ^ 

6 43 

7 14 

8 26 

15 

3 



34 010 52 

35 8l * 35 

36 812 20 



?8 8, 



3 6 8 

37 

3 

3 

39 g ; 

40 81 
440 8 

41 » 

42 8- 

43 8 

43 8 

44 8 

45 8 
4.6 8 

47 
48 

49 
4 5° 
4 5* 

4 5 2 



I 22 

6 14 



9 o 

JO O 

IO 55 

M 47 
12 38 



4 3 8 

5 2 9 



o II 

° 43 
i 22 

2 15 

3 11 
D fets 

8 3?i 
9 

9 2 4 

9 45 
10 3 

10 24 

i° 4? 
u 10 

11 53 
Morn. 

o u 

o 4$ 

! 37 
2 37 

9 rife 

7 57 

8 26 

8 56 

9 l 9 

9 43! 

10 13' 

10 46; 

11 23; 
Morn 



AUGUST hath 31 Days. 



New D 4 day 9I aft. 
Fir&quar. 13 day 2 mor<] 



W\ W\ ^IknJarTWc. 



Full $ 20 day 3 morn. 
Laft quart. 26 day 6 aft. 



1 f2 flow clock 6m. 



3 Sup. c. Litchfield. 

4 Moon's lat. 1.52N. 
Rain and 

6 Days lengtJi 14I1. 4m 

7 thunder. 
B 7*s rife ioh. 55m. 
2 Inf. c. S. King ft on. 

Flying clouds. 
The weather 



3 
4 

1 

7 
8 

9 3 
10 4 

"! 

12 6 

13 7 Day-break jh. 13 m. 

14 B 1 2th paft Trinity. 

15 2 AN. E. ilorm is 



grows more 
unfettled. 



.Qs \ fuujea 

54 8 6*20 

55 8 7 io 

56 8*; S 1 

57 *! 8 50 

58 8j 9 35 

59 v° l8 
© 7 11 o 

1 



16 3 



Sup, c . T airfield. Inf. 5 



"7.4 

18 5 

19 6 

20,7 

21 B 

22 2 

23 3 
,H4 

31 

27 7. 

28 B 
292 

3° 
3* 



( c . Q . Barrington 
not far off, 

O flow clock 3m. 

Moon's lat. 2. 17 N. 
3 th paft Trin. 

© enters 1% 

Sup, c. New-Haven 

St. Bartholomew. 

7 # s rife gh. 47m* 
Windy. 

Day's length -1 jh 10m 

14th paft Trinity, 

I Flying clouds. 
Sup. c.Bofton. Inf. c 
(S pring fieU^ 



11 40 

12 22 



4 8 



1 7 >l 

2 7. 6 

3 7 U 

4 7 ■«■ 45 

6 7V9 39 

7 710 31 

8 711 23 
7' 1 2 16 

7 * / 



9 
21 

22 

2 3 

25 7 

26 7 

27 7 
28 
30 



* 43 

2 44 

3 38 



59 

3 6; 

3) fetsj 
7 *$' 

7 48 

8 9 
8 24 

8 4s 

9 6 

9 26 

9 57 
10 40 
24 
Morn 

16 

1 35 

2 47 

3 57 
• rife 

7 3* 

8 o 

8 48 

9 2&[ 
IO 
I I 



8 



4 2^11 59 

5 2o[Morn 

6 101 1 4 

7 **.» 3} 



" S E PT E M B KR htth 10 Days. 


JNfsw ]) 3 day nooji. jruil^ 18 Day 11 raoin, 


Firftquar> il day 4mor.JLaflq'jar. 25 dav4rnorn. 


E 

■ 1 


W\ Kalendar, (5 c. \ri.0let 


faJ/Jea[p. fj-. 


I 


Moon's l'at, 0. 44 N. 


5 3i 7 


7 45 


3 rf 


/. 


s 


Cool nights. 


5 3 2 7 


8 25 


4 22 


3 


/ 


Doer-days end. 


5' 34 7 


9 7 


D &t* 


4 


B 


15 th pah Trinity. 


5 35 ; 


.9 47 


6 37 


i s 


7 - 


Sap* c. Providence. 


5 3^ 7 


10 25 


59 


,6 


3 


Sup. c. Hartford, fkxi- 


5 38 7 


u 9 


7 23 


-7 


1 


{ter. Inf. c . Worcejler K 


5 39 7 


11 47 


7 48 


8 


5 


7*s Hie-8h. 57m, 


S 4° 7 


12 29 


8 13 


r$> 





Rain about this time. 


S 4 2 7 


I 12 


$57 


IO 


7 


J) ays- length 12'h 34m 


> 43 7 


2 O 


9 « 


|iB 


1 -5th pad Trinity. 


i 44 7 


: % 50 


xo 27 


l 2,2 


^ nr 


5 4 6 7 


3 47 


11 1;. 


,«3 


3 


Inf. c .T-auricn ,C 'oncer r 


5 47 7 4 4* 


Morn 


H 


j. 


Com.'m e n c . New -Ha- 


"> 49. 7} 5 39 


25 


»S 


s 


lf & (vei*. 


$ 5° 7 6 33 


J 45 


1.6J6 


Rain in plenty* 


-5 5* 7j 7 33 


3 5 


l 7\7 


Moon Perige, 


S 53 7. » *5 


4 l 9 


18 


p 


17th pafl Trinity. 


i 54 7 9 i» 


O rife 


19 


2 


'Sup. c. Newport. 


5 55 7;io 13 


6 22 


20 


■1 
J 


Sup. c. Windham and 


J 57 7»i 31 


6 53 


21 


14 


{Worceftjer* 


> 5^ 7\i*53 


7 30 


2 2 


■5 


O enters =cb. 


5 59 ?M 2 47 


8 22 


23 


B 


Moon's l.at, 4.11 N... 


6 1 8] 1, 4/^ 


9 4 


2 4 


b 


Pieafant weather. 


6 28] 2 35 


JO 


;2c*Bi8th pall Trinity., 


6 4 8] 3 25 


n 5 


26 


2 7*s rile 3h. 51m. 


6 5 8, 4 17 


Morn 


2 7 


3 Sup. c . New London } 


6 7 8 5 8 


1; 


28 


4 {Spring fold. Inf. c. 16 8 8 y. ^3 

^{LiichJieU^EarnJiabWG 9 8 { 6 37 


I 2:L 


20 


2 23 


30 


S (Po-w.iaH-ro'; Newbu- 6 XI 8! 7 20 1 3 33 






& 






• 



*Q C T O Ti .ETTTiath 31 Days 



New ]) .3 day 5 morn. 
Firfi quart. 1 1 day 4 morn. 
M\W\ ~~Kaknh7JJc~ 



Full ® 17 day ^| aft/ 
L aft quart. 24. day 6 aft. 



[ri.Qfet 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

10 

1 1 

12 

3 3 
14 
15 

16 

! 7 

18 

10 



'22 

}3 
24. 
25 
26 

27 
28 

*9 



O fail dock urn. 
19th pall Trinity. 
Sup. c. So-. King ft on. 
irJ. c. Bofton, Plym- 
outh and S her burn, 
Windy. 
7*s rife yh. i2m» ; 

Falling weather* 
20th paft Trinity, 
Sup. c. B rift oh 
Sup* c. Taunt cn^ 
Now comes 
Gen. Court Nevv- 
a cold (Haven. 

#orm, : 
2 ill paft Trinity i< 
Sup. c. E. Greenwich 
Clear and pleafant* 
Q fall: clock 14m. 
Very full tides „■ 
Chilly. Windy, 
enters ft{ 
1 2d paft Trinity, 

Rain, 
Sup. c. Cambridge. Inf. 
(c. Falmouth 
Fair weather. 
Sti Simon and Jude, 
7\®7^> Foggy. 
B :23d paft* Trin-.,. A- 
1 J (poge-'. 



12 

13 

*5 

16 

*7 

*9 

20 

21 
6 23 
6 24 

5 26 

6 27 

5 28 6 

6 30 6 
6 .31 6 

32 

P' 34 

5 35 

6 36 

6 38 

6 39 

6 40 
6 42 

^ 43 
6 44 

6 45 

647 
6 48 
6 49 
651 
6 52 



Fff//* 



8 

8 3 

9 20 
ro o 
10 40 

TI 26 

12; IO 

rf. 
1 

2 



o 
48 
42 
3 35 
3 2 
27. 



:4 

5 
6 21 

; >8 6 

3 55 

9 5° 

10 46 

pi 41 

12 33 



r. ®>, 



4 37 

5 37 
D fets 

1 59 



21 

2 

41 
2 3. 
J 5 

J 9 

37 



I 


3 2 


2 

3 


2 5 
16 


4 


1 


4 45 


1 


3 2 
12 


6 


5 1 


7 
8 


3 2 
12 



7 
7 
8 

9 

10 

11 

Morn 
o 51 
.2 7 

3 2 4 

4 40 
9 rife 

5 33 

6 14 

7 

7 

9 
10 
1 1 17 
Morn 

21 

1 17 

2 13 

3 9 

4 5 
5\ 



58 



New D i day io] aft. IFuil 9 \6 day 6 morn. 
Firit quart. 9 day 2 aft. |L aft quart. 23 day noon 



N Q VT MB E R hath '30 DaysT 



Inf. c\ Hartjord. Sup.. 6 
(c. Salem,. [6 
Cold winds.. 
Chilly frofty. nights.. 
7|7 # s fouth I2h. 43m. 
n 24th pail Trinity. 
Now a cold florin. 
Inf. c, New -.Haven, 
(NorthamptQn.* 
8 6 £7 
6 Days length 9J1. 50m. 7 
/-Changeable weather. 7 
B 25th paft Trinity. 
2] D lat. 4. 55 No 
3 Inf. c. Danburjo 
4;Full Tides. 
Rain or 
fiiow* 
O faft dock 14m.. 
B^th^paft Trinity. 

2 Inf. c. Newport* 

3 Inf. €. Norwich,- 

4 Day a length 9I1. 26m 

5 \ Windy, 
6.7 # s ftmth 11 h. aStolsu 



7 1 bluftering 7 

B'27th paft Trinity. 7 

2 D Apoge*.. weathers 7 

3 Inf. C. Cambridge and \j 
±{ (Pittsfieid., 7 



53 b 

54 6 

55 6 

57 -6 

58 6 

59 6 J2 

5 

1 5 



9 5 

10 5 

1 1 *s 

12 5 

*3 5 

H 5 

31 

»7 5 

18 r 

»9 5 

!9 5 

zo 5 
21 s 

zz- 5 
zz 



j) lets 

5 4 

6 45 

7 3 2 

8 zz 

9 3 Z 
10 42 
ii 52 

Morn 

1 6 

2 Z3 

3 37 

o 1 1 

33 '©rife 

271 5 40 
24 j 6 41 
20 7 57 
10 j 9 
o [' 1 o 6 

47 1 ■ 9 
3 3 Morn 
15 o 6 

53! 1 ic ! 



32 2 19 

12 3 29 

53 4 33 

35 5 4^1 

19 6 co' 



D 



E C E M BJS R^hathlTDa^T 



New D 1 day 4 aft. 
Firft quar. 8 day 1 o aft. 



Fall $ 15 day 6 aftern. 
Laft quar. 23 day 9 morn, 
New D 31 day 8| morn. 



itf|HH Kakndar, &c \ri. Olet\fulje.: \r D /, 



MS 

26 

3\7 

i* 2 

6i 3 

7J4 
85 
96 

ID. 7 

nJB 

l2 l 2 
13 3 

4:4 
1 

10: 

17 

1 si b 
9)2 

fcof 3 
21 4 

22: 5 
2 3: ® 

2 4J7 
2 5 |B 

26! 2 

27*3 

2;3|4 
2Q 5 

30,0 
3*17 



Q fafl clock 10m. 

Short Days > -^-Cold 

Moon's lat. 3. 18 ■ S. 

Advent Sund. 

Damp air, nights. 7 

Inf. c. Barnftable and 7 26 5 



(7 2 3 5 9 
17-24 5 
CM* 5 
»• 2 5 5 



5«j D fets 

9 55; 5 8- 

10 45 6 6 

1 1 40 7 13 
5,12. 30 8 23 

C I 21 Q 40 



{Worcefier* 

Clouds up for 
& 3 ZZ a florm* 

Moon Perige. 
2d Sund. in Advent. 

More pleafant. 
Inf. c. Wrnclba?n and 

, {Plymouth* 
Pretty full tides*. 

Raitifc 

or Snow. 
3d Sund. in Advent. 
Inf. c. Providence* . 
fnf. C. 'Taunton* 
enters fcf : 



|7 26 5 
7 2 7 5 
7 2 7 5 
7 2.8 5 
7 2 8 5 
[7 28 5 
7 29 5 
29 5 
295 
29 5 
3^ 5 



2 3 9 40 
1710 52 

3 11 5 

50 Morn 
42 

30 
20 
1 1 



30 Si 1 " 



3^5 
7 30 5 



Shorteil;7 30 5 

, (day. h 30 5 

Days length 911. 7 30 5 

Moon's lat. 4. 48: S. 7 30 5 

Christmas. .7 29 5 

Cold chilly winds, ij 29 5 

Inf. c. Salem. Another^ 29 5 

year is gone \ the rolling J 29 5 

'ninths ha-ve Jled, a*dy 29 5 



1 ! I 

2 25 

3 38 

4 54 
6 10 

3]© rife 

5 14 

6 23 

7 39 

8 45 

, 9 47. 
iho 48 

2 42; 1 1 46 

3 23 Morn 

4 3; o 47 



4° 
23; 



4 
■ me glides J<w'tftly on to'~ 28 5 ■( 8 32 6 50 



4 
5 

6 

6 50; 

7 4 2 



1 
2 

9: 3 



48 

5 

53f 

53 



hajl'n us to the dead, \j 28 5 9 23; J) fets 



i 



i 



rC 

74.6 
7673a 
786 

216972 
-29 






iSNEALOGY COLLECTION 



/ 

V / 



£&*' -"*" 






( I 



GREEN's I 

[register! 

For the State of j 

| CONNECTICUT: 
I __ i 

1 WITH AN ! 

1 ALMANACK^! 

%|por the Year of our LORD, A 

I 178 6, 

I Calculated for the Meridian of New- I 
I 'London, Lat. 41. 25. North, i 

I By NATHAN DABOLL, I 

•6- Teacher of the Mathematics at the Aca- -fr 
.$« demic School in Plainfold. -& 

t — 

NEW-LONDON: | 

I Printed and Sold by T. GREEN, i 
X at the Weft End of the Parade. | 

/ 
/ 



n^HE Editor acknowledges, nvith gratitude, t\ 
obligations be is under to thofe gentlemen vA 
have kindly ajjijled him nvith any Materials for t\ 
enfuing Regifter, and begs their annual afjiftances 
fiis endeavours have not been wanting to have t\ 
Work corrett ; hui^ Jhould he have failed thereX 
and any gentlemen in public office, find their nan\ 
.omitted, or their proper titles not infer ted, it isrl 
quefied that notice thereof may be givtn to the editcl 
*wbo will make the necejjary alterations in his ne%\ 
Jhould he further profecute the plan, 

Printing-Office, New-London, Dec* 1785c 



( 3 > u>h;<-V7i> 

J 

IRE, 



His Excellency 
MATTHEW GRISWOLD, Esqu 
Governor. 

The Hon. Samuel Huntington, Efquire, 
Lieu tenant-Governor, 

Assistants. 



Jofeph Spencer, 
Oliver Wolcott, 
William Williams, 
Andrew Adams, 
Benjamin Huntington 
Jofeph Piatt Cook, 



Stephen Mix Mitchel, 
William Ilillhoufe, 
Eralius Wolcott, 
John Tread well > 
Jonathan Sturges, 
James Wadfworth, 
(Efquires. 



Delegates to Congress. 



Jofeph Piatt Cook, 
Stephen Mix Mitchel, 
Jonathan Sturges, 
William Hillhoufe, 



John Treadwell, 
James Wadfworth, 
William S. Johnfon, 
(Efquires. 



John Lawrence, Efquire, Treafurer. 
George Wyllys, Efquire, Secretary. 



[By the laws of this ft ate, the Freemen in the 
counties of New-London and Windham, are to 
meet in their refpeclive towns on the fecond Tuefday 
of September annually ; tbofe in the counties of 
[Hartford, New-Haven, Fairfield, Litchfield and 
Middlefex, on the third Tuefday of September an- 
nually, to choofe twenty gentlemen to ft and in nomi- 
nation for AJJiftants, and twelve to ft and in nomina- 
tion for Delegates in Congrefs ; which nominations 
are printed a7id fent to each town in the ft ate ; and 
on the Monday next following the firft Tuefday in 
April annually, is Freemen's Meeting throughout the 
/late, when twelve gentlemen out of the twenty in 



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nomination for Ajfiftants are chofen Aftiftants for 
\t bat year, and feven out of the nomination for Dele- 
1 gates are chofen Delegates , any five of vj horn to ferve 
sin Congrefs for that year. 

At the above meeting /V April, the Governor and 
Lieutenant-Governor are chofen out of the Freeme, 
at large. 

The qualifications for Freemen are, that they he 
\ at leaft twenty -one years of age, ppffeffed cf freehold 
eft ate to the value of^of per ann. or £.40 perfonal 
eft ate in the general lift of eft ate s in that year vj here- 
in they defer e to be admitted Freemen. ; or are poj- 
fefijed cf eft ate as aforefaid, and by law excufed from 
putting it into the lift ; and being of quiet and peace* J 
able behaviour, and producing a certificate thereof X 
from the felecl-men cf the town that they are thus 
qualified, are intitled to take the Freeman' •/ oath, 
twhich muft be done in ope?i Freemen** Meeting ; but 
previous to this they muft have taken the oath of 
fidelity to the ft ate. 

The gentlemen nominated by the votes of the 
Freemen of this State, Affirmants, to (land for 
eleclion in May, 17&6, as feat in to the AfTem- 
bly in Oclober, 1785, are as follow, viz. 

His Excellency Matthew Griswold, Efq. 
Honourable Samuel Huntington, Efquire, 



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Jofeph Spencer 
Oliver Wolcott, 
William Williams, 
Aadrew Adams, 
Benjamin Huntington 
Jofeph Piatt Cook, 
Stephen Mix Mitchel, 
William Hillhoufe, 



Eraftus Wolcott, 
John Tread well, 
Jonathan Sturgis, 
James Wadfworth, 
William S. Johnfon, 
Charles C Chandler, 
John Canfield, 
James Hillhoufe, 



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Jefle Root, and 



Dyar Throop, 

Eiquires. 



Nomination for Delegates 



William S. John fori, 
Jonathan Sturgis, 
Jofeph Piatt Cook, 
Stephen M. Mitchell, 
John CanfTeld, 
James Hillhoufe, 



James Wadfvvorth, 
Pierpoint Edwards, 
John Treadwell, 
William Hillhoufe, \ 
Charles C. Chandler, 
Eraftus W r olcott, I 
(Eiquires. 



Judges of the Superior Court. I 

Hon. Richard Law, Efq. Chief Judge. J 

Eliphalet Dyer, Efq. f William Pitkin, Efqj 

Roger Sherman, Efq. | Oliver ElfwortK, Efq J 

George Pitkin, Efq. Clerk. 



Judges of the County Courts. 

For the County of HartfSrd, 
Eraftus Wolcoit, Efq. Chief Judge, 
Stephen M. Mitchel,Efq|Thomas Seymour, Efq,- \ 
John Treadwell, Efq. (John Chefter, Efq. 
Gtorge Wyllys, Efq. Clerk, 
JelTe Root, Efq. State Attorney,. 
Ezekiel Williams, Efq. Sheriff. 
Deputy -Sheriffs. Horatio Wales, Hartford, Si 
meon Belding, Wethersfield, William Ruffell, Da-I 
vid Shaw, Eaft-Windfor, James Roberts, Windfor, 
Roger Hooker, Farmington, David Phelps, Mar- 
tin Reed, Symfoury, Jofeph Dwight, Somen, Elea- 
zer Steel, Tolland. 

Town-clerks. George Wyllys, efq; Hartford, 
Henry, Allyn, efq; Wind for % 



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Capt. Aaron Biffell, Eajl-Windfor, 
Samuel W. Wilfiams, efq; IV et ben field, 
Solomon Whitman, efq; Farmington, 
Jofiah Hale, efq;' Glafienbury y 
Mr. Benjamin Farnham, Symfiury r 
Edward Collins, efq; Enfield, 
Alexander King, efq; Suffield, 
Capt. Eleazer Steel, Tolland, 
Ifaac Pinney, efq; St afford \ 
Mr. Zerah Kibbe, Somers, 
John Curtifs, efq; Soutbington, 
Mr. Sylvefter Welles, Berlin, 
Mr. David Byington, Brtftol, 
Neziah Blifs, efq; Hebron, 
Mr. Elijah White, Bolton, 
Abner Barker, efq; tVillingfon, 
Solomon Wales, efq; Union. 

For the County of New-Havex, 
James Wadfworth, Efq. Chief Judge, 
Samuel Bifhop, Efq. j Andrew Ward, Efq 
Jofeph Hopkins, Efq. | James Beard, Efq. 
John Whiting, efq; clerk, 
Charles Chauncey, efq; State Attorney. 
Jonathan Fitch, efq; (herifF* 
Toxvn-clerks. Samuel Bifhop, efq; New-Haven, 
Edward Ruffell, efq; Branford, 
Samuel Beach, efq; Cbe/bire, 
Mr. John Humphry, Derby, 
James Wadfworth, efq; Durbam, 
Mr. Jofhua Auftin, Eaft-Havcn, 
Mr. Thomas Burgis, Guilford, 
Gideon Buckingham, efq; Milfiord, 
Mr. Eliiha Whittlefey, jun. Wallingford, 



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Mr. Afahel Clark, Waterbury, 
Mr. Amos Perkins, Woodbridge. 

For the County of New- London. 
William Hillhoufe, Efquire, Chief Judge, 
Elifha Lathrop, Efq, j Charles Phelps, Efq. 
William Noyes, Efq. | Benjamin Coit, Efq. 
Winthrop Saltonflall, efq. clerk. 
Benjamin Huntington, efq. State Attorney 
Profper Wetmore, efq. iheriff. 
D.eputy-Jheriffi. Elijah Bingham, Lyme, Robert 
Chefebrough, Stonington, Stephen Maynard, New 
London, Nathan Wetmore, Norwich, Elias Wor 
thington, jun. Colchefter. 

^own-clerks. Mr. John Owen, New-London, 
Benjamin Huntington, jun. efq; Norwich, 
John Lay, 2d, efq; Lyme, 
William Avery, efq; Qroton, 
Peleg Chefebrough, efq; Stonington, 
John Watrous, efq; CoJchefier, 
Mr. Daniel Morgan, jun. Prejfon* 

for the County of Fairfield. 
Abraham Davenport, Efquire, Chief judge, 
Jofeph Piatt Cook, Efq. (Lemuel Sanford, Efq. 
John Chandler* Efq. |Philip B. Bradley, Efq 
David Burr, efq; clerk. 
Gold Selleck Silliman, efq; State Attorney, 
Elijah Abel, efq; fheriff. 
Deputy -Jberiffs. Ephraim Robbins, Fairfield, 
Jofiah Thatcher, Norwalk, Zechariah "Lyon, 
Stratford, Ebenezer Olmfted, Ridgfield, Seth Sa- 
muel Smith, Reading, David Maltbie, Stamford. 
Tcwn-ckrh. Nathan Bulkley, efq. Fairfield, 
Mr. Mofes Taylor, Danbury, 



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Jabez Fitcn, ei^ .(jrewfield, 
Mr. Samuel Gram mon, Nornjoalk, 
Nehemiah Beard$ey, efq; Ne^w-F airfield, 
Caleb Baldwin, efq; Newtown, 
Lemuel Sanford, $iq x ; Reading, 
Mr. Stephen Smith, Ridgfield, 
Mr. John Yizii* Warn ford , 
Robert Fairchjlcj, e£q; Stratford. 

For the County of Windham, 

William 'Williams, Efquire, Chief Judge, 

Ebenezer Devotion, Efq. Thomas Groivenor,Efq 



James Gordon, Efq. 

clerk. 



Coiiftant South worth, Efq. 

Samuel Gray, efq; 

Jedidiah Elderkin, ^fq; State Attorney 

Shubael i^bbe, efq; fheriff. 

Deputy -Jhe riffs. Edmond Badger, Benjamin 

Hubbard, jun. Eleazer Conant, Lemuel Dor- 

ranee. 

Town-clerks. Samuel Gray, efyJVindbam, 

William Williams, efq; Lebanon, 

Conftant Southworth, efq; Mansfield, 

Mr. Jofiah Biles, AJhford, 

Jedidiah Morfs, efq; Woodfiock, 

Mr. John Hale, Coventry, 

Mr. Gideon Wells, Canterbury, 

Mr. William Robinfon> Plainfield, 

Mr. §afi*pfon How, Killingly, 

Mr. Ilenjamin Dow, Voluntown, 

Mr. Jacob Dreffer, Thorn/on, 

Solomon Wales, efq; Unhn, 

Mr. Jofiah Sabin, Pomfret. 

For the County of Litchfield. 
Oliver Wolcott, Efquire, Chief Judge, 



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Daniel Sherman, Efq. I Samuel Canfield, Efq. 
Jofhua Porter, Efq. | Jedidiah Strong, Efq. 
Ifaac Baldwin, efq; clerk. 
John Canfield, efq; State Attorney. 
Lynde Lord, efq; fheriff 
Dep.uty-Jberiffs. Alexander Catlin, Litchfield, 
Amos Clark, Woodbury, David Whittlefey, Wajb- 
ington, Ebenezer Baldwin, Nezv-MJlfcrd, John 
Jones, Cornwall, Samuel Hide, Canaan, Stephen 
Chubb, jun. New -Hartford. ~ y y ■ 

Yown-c/erh. Jedidiah Strong, efq; Litchfield, 

Mr. Nathan Pre lion, Woodbury, m 
, Mr. Elifha Boltwick, New-Milfcrd, 
^ Jedidiah Hubb_ell, efq; Kent, 
4* Daniel N. Brinfmade, efq; Wajhington, 
Y*^m Daniel Grifwold, efq; Sharon % .■* 
'jLj Judah Kellogg, efq; Cornwall, 
*^* Mr. ATa Hutchinfon, Salifbury, 
Mr. Abiel Fellows, Canaan, 
*T) Hofea Wilcoks, efq; Norfolk, 
"V Elijah Rockwell, efq; CoUbrook^ 

— Samuel Nafri, efq; Gojhen, 

v Gen. Epaphras Sheldon, Torrington, 
Mr. James Steel, New -Hartford, 
L T Eleazer Enfign,efq; Hartland, 
■Mr. John Crane, Barkhemfiead, 

- Eliphaz Alvord,efq; Winchefier, 
Mr. Nathaniel Bull, Harwinton, 
Mr. Aner Bradley, Watertoivn. 

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For the County of Middlefcx* < 

Dyar Throop, Efquire, Chief Judge, 
Matthew Talcott, Efq. j Wm., Worthing ton, Efq, 
John Dickinfon, Efq. j HezekiahBraincrd,Efq, 
Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq; derk. 



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Ather Miller, eiq; state Attorney. 
William W. Parfcms, fherifF. 
Deputy-Jberiffs. Samuel Canfield* Zechariah 

Chapman, Ezra Wait, Bryan Parmale, Nathan 

Wilcox, jan. 
Town- clerks. Bezakel Fifk, Middktown, 
Timothy Gates, efq; Eaft-Haddum, 
Nehemiah Brainard, efq; Haddam* 

Mr. « ~ TuJley, Say- Brook, 

Aaron Elliott, efq; Killingworth, 

Courts 0/* Probate in the State of Connecticut. 

Diftrict of I Roger Newberry > efq; judge, 
| Jonathan Bull, efq; clerk. 
£ Eraflus Wolcott, efq; judge, 
I Mr. Eraftus Wolcott* jun. clerk. 



Hartford. 
Eajt-Windfor, 



Eaji-Haddam, 
Middletown, 
Stafford, 



C Jofeph Spencer, efq; judge, 
\ Mr. Daniel Southmayd,. clerk. 
( Jabez Hamlin, efq; judge* 
I Mr. Bezaleel Fifk, clerk. 
{ Ifaae Finney, efq; judge, 
I Capt. John Phelps, clerk, 



~ . C John Treadwell, efq; judge, 

Farmmgton, j fa r . Martin Bull, clerk. * 

Simjbury, 



New -Haven, 
New-London, 
Say-Brzok} 
Norwich, 



C Noah Phelps, efq; judge, 

\ Dudley Pettibone,. efq; clerk. 

C John Whiting, efq; judge, 

I Mr. Jofeph W. Whiting, clerk J 

C William Hillhoufe, efq; judge! 

I Jofhua Coit, efq; clerk. 

| Aaron Elliott, efq; judge, 

rEliiha Lathrop, efq; judge, 
(Mr. Andrew Huntington, clerlj 



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Stamford I Abraham Davenport, efq; judge. 

J y \ James Davenport, efq; clerk. 

rk / f Joieph Piatt Cook, e(q; judge, 

Danbury, j J Mr /j ofeph p. C ook, jun. clerk. 

TVtnJham \ William Williams, efq; judge, 
tr.ndbam, | Mr< Tn0 mas Williams, clerk. 

Pom fret I CharIes C ' Chandler, efq; judge. 
y * \ Mr. Lemuel Grofvenor, clerk. 

Plainfield, \ \° hn D ^ 9 ' ef ? ; '^ 
J I James Gordon, efq; clerk. 

ur jl S Daniel Sherman, efq; judge, 

Woodbury, { Mr Dan . eI sherman | 5 ju J rf . c t erk . 

C r \ Jofhua Porter, efq; judge, 

Maron, | Mr j o{hua ?QneVf j un> c ] erk 

ur jv s j S Oliver Stanley, e(q; judge, 

Walhngford, { Mr . Hu nnMunfon, clerk. 

at ell J Giles Pettibone, efq; judge, 

Norfolk, | Dudley Humphrey, efij; clerk, 

Guilford, < 



Edward RufTel, efq; judge, 
Mr. Joftn Elliott, clerk. 



Justices of the Peace for the County <?/* Hartford. 



George Wyllys, 
Samuel Talcott, 
John Lawrence, 
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JefTe Root, 
Noah Webfter, 
Jonathan Bull, 



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John Pitkin, 


Jofiah Hale, 


George Pitkin, 


Philip Selew, 


Jonathan Wells, 


Elizur Hale, jun. 


Richard Pitkin, 


John Phelps, 


Solomon Wellsy 


Samuel Gilbert, 


Charles Churchill, 


Neziah Blift, 


JohiiRobbins, 


Elijah Kellogg, 


Samuel W.Williams, 


Elihu Marvin, 


Henry Allyn, 


Samuel Carver, 


Roger Newberry, 


Samuel Chapman, 


• Peletiah Mills, 


Solomon Wells, 


James Hooker, 


Ifaac Pinney, 


Roger Riley, 


Ifaac Foot, 


Solomon Whitman, 


JefTe Cady, 


Selah Hart, 


Abner Barker, 


Ifaac Lee, 


Mofes Holmes, 


Gad Stanley, 


Thomas Pitkin, 


Noadiah Hooker, 


Reuben Sikes, 


Tchabod Norton, 


Daniel Ellfworth, 


Simeon Hart, 


John Curtifs, 


Zebulon Peck, jun. 


Timothy Clarke, 


Judah Holcomb, 


Jofiah Cowles, 


Oliver Humphry, 


Lemuel Roberts, 


Dan Humphry, 


Elifha Graham, 


Afahel Holcomb, 


Ichabod Warner, 


Noah Phelps, 


William Wolcott, 


Ozias Pettibone, 


Jofeph Allen, 


Dudley Pettibone, 


Frederick Elfwortb, " 


Alexander King, 


William Judd, 


John Harmon, jun. 


Thaddeus Leavitt, 


Gideon Granger, 


Elijah White, 


Edward Collins, 


Samuel Wyllys, 


Eliphalet Terry, 


Halph Pomroy, 


Elizur Talcott, 


Benjamin Buell, 



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Sylveiier Gilbert, 
Elifha Pitkin, 



William Hart, 

(Efquires. 



Justices of the Peace 
Daniel Lyman, 
John Whiting,. 
David Auflin, 
Simeon Briftol, 
Thomas Mansfield, 
Amos Morrifs, 
Bazil Munfon, 
Timothy Jones, 
Henry Dagget, 
Charles Chauncey, 
Jafiah Bradley, 
Jofeph Pierpoint, 
Ephraim Strong, 
Gideon Buckingham, 
Samuel Treat, 
Lewis Mallett, jun. 
Stephen Gunn, 
John Davifs, 
Thomas Clark, 
Eliphalet Hotchkifs, 
Jonathan Baldwin, 
Samuel Lewis, 
Ezra Brunfon, 



for New-Haven County. 
Aaron Lyman, 
Oliver Stanley, 
Eliakim Hall, 
Caleb Hall, 
John Hough, 
David Hall, 
Daniel Hall, 
Simeon Parfons, 
John Burgefs, 
Thomas Burgefs, jun. 
Auguftus Collins, 
Elias Graves, 
William Starr, 
William Gould, 
Ebenezer Ruffell, 
Edward Ruflell, 
Jonathan Clark, 
Reuben Atwater, 
Samuel Beach, 
John Peck, 
Thomas Darling, 
John Dibble, 
Timothy Ball, Efq'rs 



Justices of Pe ace for 
Samnel Coit, 
Jonathan Latimer, 
Jofhua Raymond, 
Winthrop SaltonftaJl 
Timothy Green, 
Jofhua Coit, 



New-London County 
Grifwold Avery, 
David Mumford, 
Jofeph Harris, 
Ebenezer Hartfhorn, '\ 
Simon Tracy, 
Elijah Backus, if 



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-Chriito, Lemngwell, 


William Williams, 


Saaxuel Tracy, 


(of Groton, 


Rufus Lathrop, 


Willia-m Avery, 


Sam'l Leffingwell,ju. 


Elias Worthington, 


Jonathan Huntington. 


Marfhfield Parfons, 


Neh, Waterman, jun. 


Benj. Huntington, jun 


Jonathan Brewfter, 


Benadam Gallup, 


Jabez Fitch, 


Ebenezer Ledyard, 


, Barnabas Huntington, 


Amos Geer, 


? John Perkins, 


Thomas N. Niles, 


John M. Breed, 


Amos Prentice, 


Andrew Tracy, jun. 


Thomas Avery, 


Samuel MottT, 


John Lay, 2d. 


Robert Crary, 


Eleazer Mather, 


John Tyler, 


Ezra Selden, 


j Jeremiah Halfey, 


Richard Wait, jun. 


John Avery, jun. 


Seth Ely, 


Elias Brown, 


Andrew Grifwold, 


John Williams, 


John Watrous, 


Paul Wheeler, 


Daniel Foot, 


Nathaniel Minor, 


Peter Bulkley, 


Jonathan Palmer, jun 


Henry Champion, 


William Williams, 


Afa Foot, 


Jofhua Babcocfc, 


Jofeph Ilnam, jun. 


Elijah Palmer, 


Efquires. 


Justices o/Peace 


for Fairfield County. 


Abraham Davenport, 


Abraham Brindfmaid 


Robert Fairchild, 


Daniel Fairchild, 


Samuel Whiting, 


Daniel Judfon, 


Robert Walker, 


Stephen Starling, 


\ Daniel Ben net, 


John Brooks, 


EfLTia Mills, 


Gold S, Silliman, 


Agur Judfon, 


" Samuel Squire, 


[ David Wilcox, 


Andrew Rowland, 



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Ebenezer JeiTup, 
George Burr, 
Germom Hubbell, 
Samuel Wakeman, 
Daniel Duncan, 
Thaddeas Bills, 
Eliphalet Lockwood, 
Matthew Mead, 
Clapp Raymond, 
Samuel C. Silliman, 
Charles Webb, 
James Davenport, 
Reuben Scofield, 
John Mead, 
Amos Mead, 
John M c Kay, 
Jabez Fitch, 
Benjamin Mead, 
Samuel Olmfted, 



John Benedict, 
Daniel Taylor, 
Daniel Cooley, 
Thaddeus Benedift, 
Eli Mygatt, 
Thomas Taylor, 
Nehemiah Beardfley, 
Zaccheus Towner, 
Ephraim Hubbell, * 
Alexander Stewart, 
Caleb Baldwin, 
Jabez Botsford, 
Henry Peck, 
Stephen Bells, 
Thaddeus Benedict, 

{of Reading, { 
Jofeph Strong, 
William Hawley, 
David Wells, Efqr's 



Justices of Pe ace for Windham County, 



Hon. Eliphalet Dyer, 
Samuel Gray, 


Jofeph Storrs, 


John Salter, \ 


Jedidiah Elderkin, 


Experience Storrs, 


Jacob Simons* 


Samuel Thompfon, 


Hezekiah Manning, 


JefTe Williams, 


Ebenezer Mofeiey, 


James Bradford, 


Hezekiah BifTel, 


Eliflia Perkins, 


John Clark, 


William Dixon, 


James Pinneo, jun. 


John Douglas, 


Jonathan Trumbull, 
Ephraim Carpenter, 


Andrew Backus, 


Elialhib Adams, 


Peleg Thomas, 


David Payne, 


Elkanah Tifdaie, 


Sherebiah Butts, 


Jeremiah Mafon, 


A fa Witter, 



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Daniel Froft, 
Ephraim Root, 
Abraham Burnap, 
Ephraim Kingfbury, 
Benjamin Sumner, 
Benjamin Clark, 
Ifaac Perkins, 
Samuel Craft, 
John Williams., 
jofeph Baker, 
William Danielfon, 
Benjamin Levins, 
Simon Learned, 
Eliflia Child, 



Justices c/Feace 
Jacob Woodruff, 
Ifaac Baldwin, 
David Welch, 
Reuben Smith, 
Abraham Bradley, 
Tapping Reeve, 
James Morri fs, jun. 
Daniel Everit, 
Benjamin Hinman, 
Edward Hinman, 
David Hard, 
Benjamin Spires, 
Hczekiah Thompfon 
Oliver Parmely, 
Abel Hine, 
Sherman Bordman, 
Timothy Ruggles, 
Daniel Everit, jun. 
Nathan Elliott, 



for Litchfield County \ 
Jethro Hatch, 
Jedidiah Hubbel, 
Jufcus Sacket, 
Daniel Grifwold, 
John Canfield, 
David Downs, 
Abiel Camp, 
Lott Norton, 
Charles Burrell, 
Elifiia Baker, 
Samuel Forbes, 
Nathan Hale, 
Heman Swift, 
Judah Keiiogg, 
Edward Rogers, 
Samuel Naih, 
John Pierce, 
Afaph Hall, 
ElimaSill, 



Jedidiah Morfe, I 

Charles C. Chandler, 
John Cole, 
Allen Campbell, 
Solomon Wales, 
John Seffions, 
Benj. C)iaplin,jun. 
Robert Dixfon, 
Jofeph Wylie, 
Thomas Dyke, 
Jafon Phips, 
Simeon Smith, 
Jeremiah Ripley, 

(Efquires. 



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Giles Pettibone, 
Hofea Wilcox, 
Dudley Humphry, 
Zebulon Merrill, 
Seth Smith, 
Epaphras Sheldon, 
Sh ubael Grifwold, 
Daniel Catlin, 
Cyprian Webfter, 
George Catlin, 
Thomas Matthews, 
Phineas Royce, 



Thomas Fenn, 
David Smith, 
William Coggfwell, 
John Colhoun, 
Daniel N. Erinfmade' 
Nehemiah Andrufs, 
Eleazer Enfign, 
Elijah KockvveiJ, 
Eliphaz Alverd, 
Jofeph Welder, 
Aaron Auftin, jun. 
(Efquires 



Justices o/Peace 
Hon. Jabez Hamlin, 
Dyar Throop, 
Matthew Talcott, 
Samuel H. Parfons, 
Nathaniel Chauncey, 
Philip Mortimer, 
Elijah Tredway, 
Ifaac Miller, 
Comfort Sage, 
Jofeph Brooks, 
Nehemiah Brainerd, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainerd, 
John Shipman, 
Julius Buck, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Jedidiah Chapman, 
William Lynde, 



for Middlefex County. 
Samuel Shipman, 
John Pierfon, 
Theophilus Morgan, 
Hezekiah Lane, 
George Elliott, 
Job Wright, 
Jabez Chapman, 
Ifrael Spencer, 
Timothy Gates, 
David Sage, 
Ebenezer White, 
Jofeph Dart, 
John Clark, 
Jonathan Penfleld, 
A flier Miller, 
Samuel Tulley, 
Benjamin Williams, 
(Efquires, 



CO RPORATIONS. 

City o/New-Haven. 
Hon . Roger Sherman, Eiq . Mayor. 



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Aldermen. 
Samuel Bifoop, Efq. I John Whiting, Efq. 
David AuiHn, Efq. | Timothy Jones, Efq. 

Mr. John Chandler, ) fi .- 

Mr. Elihu Lyman, J iher »* s - 

Mr. Jofiah Meigs, city clerk. 

Mr. Jofeph W ; Whiting, clerk of city court 

Hezekiah Sabin, Efq. city treafurer. 

City ^New-London. 
Hon. Richard Law, Efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
John Demon, efq. I Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. 
David Mumford, efq. | Thomas Shaw, efq. 
Maj. William Richards, 1. <jr 
Mr. Jofliua Hempiled, \ lherjtts - 
Mr, John Owen, city clerk, 
Mr. John Law, clerk of the city court, 
Mr. Guy Richards, city treafurer. 

City u/Hartford. 
Thomas Seymour, Efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Jeremiah Wadfworth,efq. | Jonathan Bull, efq. 
Samuel Wyllys, efq. J JeiTe Root, efq, 

Capt. Jofeph Talcott, 1 ft . ff 
Mr. James Wells, J 

City c/MlDDLETOWN, 

Hon, Jabez Hamlin, Efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Philip Mortimer, efq. 1 Matthew Talcott, efq, 

Samuel H. Parfons, efq. | Comfort Sage, efq. 

Mr. Bezaleel Fiik, clerk. 



City o/Norwich, 
Hon. Bsnj amin Huntington, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Jed. Huntington, efq. | Jared Tracy, efq. 
Nathaniel Backus, efq. | Chrift. Leffingwell,efq 
Mr. Mundator Tracy, L . ff 
Mr. Peabody Clement, j merms - 
Benj. Huntington, jun. efq. clerk of city court. 



[Each town, by law, may chufe one, or two Repre- 
fentatvves (as the town agrees ) to attend the Ge- 
neral* Affembly : they are chofen twice in a year, 
<viz. at the freemen 9 s meeting in April and Sep- 
tember : thofe chofen in April, attend the Affem- 
bly held on the 2d T'hurfday in May, and tbofe 
chofen in September, attend the Aj/cmbly on the 
zd Thurfday in OSiober, which are the fated 
times for /folding the General AJfemblyS\ 

A lift of the honorable Houfe of Reprefentatives, 
chofen in April 1785, and who continued as 
fuch to the 2d Thurfday of October following. 

Hon. James Wadsworth, Efq. Speaker. 

Jedidiah Strong, Efq. Clerk. 
Hartford County. 
Hartford, Co). Jciemiah Wadfworth, Col. Tbomai Seymour. 
B Itor, M . Samuel Carve-, M-. E'jah White. 
Chatham, M j. Jofeph Btake, Capr. Chuuncy Bulklty, 
Baft Haddem, Col. Dyar Tbroop, Co'. ?ab«a Chapman, 
Eaft Hartford, Co!. Jonathaa Wei!?, Col. George Pitfefr, 
Eaft'tTindfor, Gen. Eraftui Wolcott, Mr. Matthew Hyde, 
Enfield, Co!. NatiTi Terry, M . John Booth. 
Farmington, M . John Titadwel , Co!. Noadiah Hooker, 
Glaftenbury, Mr. Philip Seller, Mr. Gideon Hale. 
Haddam, M . Ee*a Bremer^, M . Hiz kiah Bra : ncrd, 
Aebror, M . Neziah Blxfe, Mi. Sihefter Gilbrrt, 
Middlitown, Gen. Samuel H. Parfons, Mr. Ather Miller. 



Somen, Mtj. Abie! Peafs, Mr. Jo&ua Pomtroy. 
Soutbington, Capt. John Curtii , Maj. Ad Bray. 
Stafford, Mr. Ebesezer Coiburn, M/. Jtfic Cady. 
Suffitld, Mr, Thaddcus Leatr, Capt. IfaaePomeroy. 
iymfoury, Capt. Daniel Humphry, Caps. Hsz. Hotcomb. 
Tolland, Col. Solomon WHS*, Capt. Ichabod Hinckley* 
Witbertftldi. Col. John CheSer, Capt. John Robins. 
IViliington* Capt. Jafeph Crocker, Mr. Mofei Holmes. 
fVindfor, Gee. Roger Newbury, Mr. Aaron Phelps, ad. 

New-Haven County. 
New Haven, Mr. Simeon Briftal, Mr. Pierpoint Edwards. 
3ranford t Mi. Jonah Clark, Col. Edward Ruffel. 
Derby, capt. Danial Holbrask, Mr. Samuel Hull. 
Durham, Gen. James Wadf worth, chofen Speaker, 

capt. Simeon Parfont. 
Guilford, Gen. Andrew Ward, capt. Samuel Lee. 
Milford, Mr. Stephen Gunn, Mr. Gideon Buckingham. 
fVallingford, Mr. Oliver Stanley, capt. Samutl Street. 
Waterbury, Mr« Jofcph HopktQi, capt. John Walton. 
(Voodbridge, Mr. John Dibble, capt. Timothy Ball. 

New-London County. 
New-London, Mi], William HiHhoufe,chofen Afliftant, 

Mr. jofhua Coit. 
Norwich, capt. Eliwa Latnrop, col. Chrifto. Leffingwell, 
Colcbefier, Mr. Thomis Sk/nner, capt. Jofeph Iflbam, jun. 
Groton, Mr. Thomas N. Nilei, capt. Jfaac Gallup. 
Killingworth, Mr. Hesekiah Lane, Mr. George Elliot, 
Lyme, col. Marmficld Parfont, Mr. Ezra Sslden. 
? reft on, col. Samuel Mot?, Mr. Benjamin Coit. 
Say-Brook, coh William Worthington, Mr. William Lynde; 
Uonington, capt. Wm. Williams, Mr. Nathaniel Miner. 

Fairfeld county. 
Fairfield, col. Elijah Abel, capt. Samuel Wakeman: 
D anbury, col. EH Mygatt, Mr j; Benjamin Hicock. 
Greenwich, 

New- Fairfeld, Mr. Stephen Barnes, capt. Gaylord Hubbell 
tfezxtown, General John Chandltr, capt. Peter Nichols* 
Norwalk, col. Stephen St. John, Obiit qtb May* 

Mr. Samutl C. Silliman. 
Redding, Mr. Hcsekuh Sar.fofd, Mr. William Herron. 
Ridgefeld, col. Philip B; Bradley, col. David OlmAcad. 
Stamford, Mr. John Davenpct, Mr. Chirls Wrsd. 



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ftratfird, tor. Daniel Sennet, capt. Daniel Judfaa. a 

Windham county. 
H'indbim, capt. Ebenez«r Mofeley, col Jedidiah Elderkin 
AMord, Mr. Thomas Hantingtoa, Mr. ifaac Perkins 
Cantir&ury, Mr. D fid Payne, Mr. A fa Witter. 
C-ventrj, eapt. Jeremiah Ripley, Mr. Eohriia K'n£fbu:y. 
KiUingly, col. William Daniclfon, capt. J*fon Phrps. 
LtbanoK, Mr. BIkanab tfifdalf, capt. N. Williams. 
M*nifiild 9 M-. John Sake, Mr. Nithaniel At -rood. 
'Plairjiild, M.jor Andrew Backut, capt. Jcfhua Dunlap. 
Pomfrtt, Mr. Ebeaeisr Kingibury, Mr. Stephen Are:el. 
VAuntcwn, col. J*mci Gordon, Mr, Jofeph A'siandcr. 
Utthn, c*pt. Solomon Wa!ea 
W.odfioct) M . Ei'jm Lyon, cap*. Nathaniel Marcj. 

Lhcbfield county. 
\LiubfieJd, Mr. JedUiafc Strong, cbcfsn CUrk. 

cart. Abraham 3ad!cy. 
Canaan, Mr. Timothy Hurlbuf, col. Cha+1« Borrel. 
Comwalt, coU John Sedgwick, Mr. Matthew Patteifon. 
G-Jb-n t capt. Afiph Hi\\ t capt. Eliflsa SflJ. 
B.trtlaid) &*?j. Uriel Hjlajes, capt. E 'cazer Enfign. 

Hirwintoa, Mr. Mask Prindlf, M . Joicpb" Coot. 

Ktnti cap?. Jofsph Pr*tt, Msj. Eiezztr Corti». 

Ntvs Hertford, co!. Aa*on AuSin, capf* Thomas Biciwc': 

Nt%9- Ma ford, capt. Timo. Rugjlai, c*ot. Rcubrn BoftwicJr,j 

Norfolk, cj?pr. Mkhaei Milts, Mr. uAUj Humphre;. 

Salifbury, Mr. Hcz;ki*h Fitch, col. Jofhua Porter. 
barw 9 M".. John_C*nfitld, capT. Simeon Smith. 

Torrhgtin, Mr* DanM Grant, Mr. Da*}d S-pe% 

(y,jJhington, M». john Whittel'ey, Mr. Matthew Loggan. 

fy.ttrto'wn, cap*. Thomai Peso, M*j. Darid Smith. 

Wncbtfte; M . Sith Hills. 

JVoMuryy M . D-alel Shcrmsn, Co!. Benjamin Hitman. 



A lift of the Hon. Houfe of Reprefentative^, cho-. 
fen in September laft ; who are to continue fiichll 
to. the zdThurfday of May, 1786, 
Col. John Chester, Speaker. 

Jedidiah -Strong, ECq Cle k. II 

Hart fork County. 
Hanford, Cci. Jere. Wa*Oo:th, Mr. Nathan H Wh»lii>i 1 
Btrlir, Geo. <?«Ub,Hir% Col. G»d -StanZtr. 



Lm 2 J mm L 

| tiolion, Mr. Samu*i Carver^ Mr, D«?ii^fajTor! " 
Brtfiil, Capt, Simeon Hitt. 

Eati-Hartford, Col. Jonathan Weill, Mr. Afhbel Pitkin. 
Eafi-Wtzdjor, Mr. Matthew Hyde, Mr. .... Allen. 
Enjitld, Mr. John Booth, Mr. Joseph Kingfbury. 
VFarmingon, Co!. Mondial* Hooker, Col. Ichabod Norton. 
$!*fli*b*r$t Mr. Philip S.a!ew, Mr. Jofiah Hale. 
llebmn, M«. Neziah Bjtfs, Co!. Levi Josec. 
Somen, Mr. Reuben Siktt, Major A bid Peafe* 
Scutblngton, Capt. John. Cur.ifs, Capt. Timothy Clark. 
Stafford; Mr. Ebenezer Co!bo?n, Mr. Samuel Fuller, 
Suffi'ldf Capt. Abraham G?»ager, Mr. Ebeaczu Harmon* 
\\Synftvry, Capt. Da tie! Humphry, Col. Noah Phelps. 

TsJiand, CoL Solom m Wjittf, Mr; Jeremiah Weft. 

i ] U'tibtTijitld, Col John Chefter, Capt; John itobbint. 

Wtiltfigtan, Mi. Miner Gran?, Mr. John Scripture. 

flPindjor, Gen. Roger Newbury, Capt. Henry Allyn. 

N$<m~H*vtn County. 
New-Ihtftst, Mr. Jamie HiUhoufe, Mr. Jonathan Ingtrfol 
Brenfird, Col. Edward Ruffe?, Mr. Jonah Clark. 
Cbtfiirt, M% John Peck, Mr. Simuel Beach. 
Derby, Mr. J*n* » Baar<*, Capt. Thomai Cjark. 
Durbrta, Capt. Simeon Parfoni, Mr. Daniel Hail. 
Baft- Haven, Capt. Stephen Smith. 
Guilfifdy Mr. J^hn Burg*f>, Capt. Samuel Lee. 
MH ford, Mr. Gtdeos j?uck!nghim, Mr. Stephen Gunn. 
Wdlvgfjrd, Ctl. Street Hz% Mr. David Hall. 
JVatirt'ury, M% Jofcph H ;pk?ne, Capt. John Wei ton. 
Wwdbridp, Mr- John Dibble, Capt. Timothy Ball. 

Nsw London County. 
Wrw Vindan, Mr. jefhua Co*t, Mr. Areata Learned. 
CI hnfitr, Mr John Waterouf, Mr. Thomaa Skinner. 
Grzton, Uv. Thotiad N. Niler, Capt* Ifiac Gallop. 
fymt, Cal. Mar&fi?!d Parfoni, Capt. John Griffin; 
Nttieiel'y Cap*. Elifet Ltthrop, Mr. Barnabai Huntington 
Prefiov, M jir Nathan Psten, Capt. Nathaniel Lord. 
SttnhgtM, Cap?.' Jo n a. Palmer, jun. Capt.Wm. Denifba 

Fj'vfirfd county, 
Fii-ftd, C*L Elijah Abel, Mr. Andre # Rowland. 
DitLuj, C>L EJi Myga'e, C£?t. Daniel Taylor. 
Grsnrwi.l*, O?o. pin Mead, Mr. Amoi Mead. 
IJ/Vew favjjeid, C»1. N-hcmiah Btardfleg, Capt. jamet Pottei 



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\ f eivtoa*n, Gen. Joan Chaaditr, Capt. Peter Nichoii. 
tyorwa/k, Mr. Samuel C. SLiliman, Mr. Thaddfui Batti. 
Reading, Mr. Hczekiah Sanford, Mr. Wi'iiara Heron. 
Kidgefield, Col; Philip B. Bradley, Capt. David Olmftaad. 
Stamford^ Mr. Jamei Davenport, Mr. Charlei Weed. 
\tr afford) Mr. Daniel Rennet. Mr. Abijah M«Ewen, 

Windham County. 
Windham, Major Ebene2er Mcfsley, Mr. Tim J Ltrsby. 
Afbfird, Capt. S'meon Smith, Mr. Ifaac Perkins. 
Canterbury Mr. David Payn*, Mr. Afa Witter; 
Coventry, Capt. Jeremiah Rlpiej, Mr. Eparaim King/bury. 
KiUingly, Col. William DaoUlfon, Mr. Sampfon Howe. 
Lebanon , Capt. Daniel Tildcn, Capt. Vetch Williamt. 
Mantfield, Mr. Barzillia Swift, Mr. Nathaniel A two d. 
Ph'wfeld, Capt. Jofliui DurJap, Capt. William Dixon. 
P&wfret, Mr. Ehentzcr Kingfoury, Mr. Stephen Avery. 
Thorn/on, Mr. Obadiah Clough, 
Union, Mr. Samuel Crawford. 

Voluntivon, Mr. Jofeph Wiley, Mr. Jofenh Alexander. 
Woodflock, Mr. Elijah Lyon, Capt. Nathaniel Marey. 

LHchfeld County. 
Litchfield, Mr* Jedidiah S'rcng, Mr. Ebenezer Marfh. 

Canaan, Col. Charles Burrei, Mr. Natban Hale. 

Cornwall, G*ti. Hernan Swift, Mr. Matthew Patterfon. 

Gejhen, Capt. Afaph Kai f , Cept. Eiifbs Sill. 

Harwinten, Mr. Mark Pnndle, Mr. Jofiph Stll. 

Hartland, Major Uriel Holmes, Capti Abel Brace. 

K$nt, Capt. Jofeph Pratt, Major Elcazer Cuftif^ 

Nevo-Hartfsrd, Col. Aaron Auftin, Capt. Thomas Bidwcll 

NtxB-MVifrd, Col. Sam. Canfield, Capt. Sherman Boardman 

Nerfolk x Capt. Michael Mills, Mr; Dudley Humphrey. 

Calijbury, Mr. Heztkieh Fitch, Col. Jc&aa Porter. 

Sharon, Mr. John Canficld, Capt. S?n??on Smith. 

Torringior, Gtn. Eptphrat Sheldon, Mr. Samuel Woodward 

Wojhingtor., Mr. John Whittlefey, Capt. Jonathan Farraad 

Wattrtovon, Mr. Thomas Fcnn, Major David Smith. 

Wincbefier, Mr. Seth Hills. 

Woodbury, Mr; Daniel Sherman, Co?. Benjamin Hinman* 
MiddUftx County. 

Chatham, Mr. Ebenezer Whitt, Capt. Bryan Parmeiey. 

Eaft-Haddam, Gen. Dyar Throop, Col. jtbtz Chapraan. 

Uaddam, Mr. Hczekiah Brainard, Mr. Etfta Brainard. 



iKitiingtportb* Mr. Hcztkiah Lant, Col; Aaron Elliot. 
^Midd/etotvn, G*n. Cc^mfott Stge, Mr. Ebtnczzr Bacc 
\Say Brooky Mr. William Lynd', Co). John Ely. 



Notaries Public. 
New -London , Jofhua Coit, efq; 
New-Haven, Elizur Goodrich, efq; 
Middletown, Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq] 



Naval-Officers for the Sea- ports. 
New -London, Elijah Backus, efq; 
New -Haven, Jonathan Fitch } efq; 
Middletown^ Hon. Jabez Hamlin, efq; 
Narwalk, Thomas Fitch, efq; 
Norwich, Chriftopher Leffingwell, efq; 
Stonington, Jonathan Palmer, jun. efq; 



Naval-Officers' Fees, as eitablilhed by law. 
JFor clearance of a vefle! bound to 7 £. s. d. 

any other of the United States, 3060 
Ditto for a vefTel bound to Weft-Indies, o 12 o 
iDitto for a veffcl bound to Europe, ) p 

Afia, or Africa, - - - jo 18 o 

j For a Re gift er, 8/ (late duty on do. 6/ o 14 o 
I For indorfmg a regifter, - -020 

I For cancelling a bond, - - 020 
j For bond, - - 020 

i For cocket, - - - 030 

!For a permit to load or unload, 020 



A lift of the numes of the collectors of date taxes 
for the ftate of Connecticut a for the years 1784,. 
and 1785, viz. 

1784. 1785. 
Afoford, rapt. "Ebtntzer Mafon, jofeph Burnbam, 
Bohon, Saul A hgrd, jun. John Skinner , 



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17*4- 

BrarforJ, Roger Tyler, jar, 

Bnfic\ 

B$rlirt 9 ■ 



Ccwntryi John Badeock, 
Canterbury, Alexander Gordon, 
Canaan, John Ecfigr, jun. 
Chatham, Samuel Taylu', 
Corttwell, Jofeph B?.arc% 
Colcbefter, A4a Bigtfow, 
Cbr/bire, Samuel Mercian*, 
Durham, John Johnfor, jur. 
D anbury, Eliak'm Starr, 
Derby, David TomJinfor, 
Eaft-Haddam, Joftph Fowler, 
Eaft-Windfor, The Selectmen, 
Rr.fitld, Nshemiah Ch*ndUr, 
Eafl- Hartford, Kathan Mtrrow, 
fahfitld, Ifrafi Bibbins, 
Farmington, Jonathan Belden, 
Grttnxvhb, Col. Thorn at Hobby, 
Grot on, Capf. Ifaac Gallup, 
GJaftinbury, Ifaac Smith, 
Guilford, Capt. Times; Field, 
G<Jkcn % Fifti Beach, 
Hartford, John Dodd, 
Htbron, Col. Joel Jooef, 
Haddam % Cephas Stldcn, 
Hamintott, Elisor Brace, 
Hart land, Maj* Uriel HoJmn, 
Ktllinglj, E'ibu Lawrence, 
Killingvnrtb, Stephen Wilcox, 
£#»*, Timothy St. John, 
htbanon, Joel Lcomii, 
Vuchjiild, Hcber Stone, 
tjrwf, Richard Lord, 
Milford, Joftph Peck, 
Middhtcwn, Willard Wright, 
Mamjiold $ Bcnjtmin Storrs, 
iVrw Ha+tn, Sam. Humafton, jun. 



1785. 
Ambrofe Btiawin, 
Jurlah Bamcr, 
Jonathan Brldinf, 
C*pr. D /nisi White, 

dlttc, 
Lemuel K'ngfbur*, 
Daniel Shcpard, jur. 
T»yal Tanrer. 
Eliaa Palmer. 
Ifrael runnel] # 
Abraham Scranton. 
David BoughCor, jun* 
Divid Hitchcock. 
Robert II linger ford, jun. 

ditto. 

dittos 

ditto. 

ditto. 
Capt. John Mix. 
Andrew Mead. 

ditto. 
Joicph Hale. 
Thomas Dudley. 

ditto. 
Daniel Skinner, jun. 

ditto. 
Hrman Bratntrd. 
Jcfeph Haydon. 

ditto* 
Simeon Davis. 
Abraham Picrfon. 
Maj. Elijah Cjrtifsa 
Jacob Clark, 
koger K. Whittleiey. 
Beth Smith, 

ditto. 
Lieut. John Meigs* 
Enoch Pierce, jun. 
Ifaac Forbes* 



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i 7 S 4 - 

*Nsw Milfctd, Ifaac Boftwick, 
\New-Hartfrd, Step. Chubb, jun. 
[New- London, Jofh. RajmoRdjuo. 
Norwich, Capt. Jere* .Kmfmf.ni 
Norwalk, Lieut. Samu*! Gates, 
[Ntw- Fairfield, Amos Brtfh, 
Newtown, Jotham Sherman, 
Norftk, Capt. Elijah Prulps, 
Flmrtfield, Ltmuel Dorratice, 
Trefion, Nathan H truck* 
Portfret, Jofeph Sabln. 
Redding, Capt. Aaron Barlow, 
Ijlidgeftid, Nathan Dauchy, 
StorJngton, B«r>j. Claik^ jun. 
Symjbury, ———————, 

Stijfield, Increafc Mather , 
S*HJbury t Capt. James Watroui, 
Stratf rd, Lieut. John Booth* 
Stafford, Jefle Cady, 
Say-Brook, Danforth Claik, 
Stamford, John Hait, jun. efqr 
Sharon, PauTSmith, 
Somen, JoAih Hall, jun. 
Soutbingtcn, Job Ltwii, 
Toltand, Jabez Weft, 
Torrington, Enfign Daniel Grants 
Union, Oliver Walct, 
Voluntown, Jofeph Wyl're, tfq. 
Wtiberifield, Jacob Riley, 
Windham, James Steadman, 
Waterbury, Lieut. Benj Upfon, 
Wallingford, Aaron Cook, 
#W/e>r, Jofiah Biflcll, 
Woodflock, Capt. Williim Lyon, 
rTillington, Minor Grant, 
Woodbury, Nathaniel Mitchel, 
Wajbington, Ebcnezer CJark, jun. 
Waurtovm, Samuel Southmayd, 
Winchejitr, Rofwel) Coe, 
Wocdbridgt, . i ' i ' ■ " , 



17S5. 
Capt. Ellzur Warner. 

ditto. 

ditto. 
Mundator Tracy, 
Lieut. John Han ford. 
John Penfisld, 

ditto. 

dittti 
Jckph Shepard. 
Daniel Morgan. 
Peter Pike. 
Andrew Hill, 

ditto. 

ditto. 
Darid Phelpt. 
Amos Granger. 
James Johnfon. 

ditto. 
Ebenezer Colours. 

ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto* 

ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto. 

4itto. 

ditto. 

ditto. 
Capt. John Trancis. 
William Rudd. 

ditto. 
Charles Hall. 
Timothy Phelpt, jun. 
Seth Chandler, 
Jofeph Rider, 
Ifrael Stoddard. 
David Judfon, 
Oeias Tyler, 

I .1 I I ■ III I ■! ■ I I, 

David Thomas. 



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"m ilitia, 



His EXCELLENCY 

MATTHEW GRISWOLD 5 Efq % 

Captain-General and Commander in ! 

Chief of the Military Forces in thej 

State of Connecticut. 

Hon, Samuel Huntington, Efquire, Lieu- 
tenant- General. 

John Keyes, Efquire, Adjutant- General. 

Officers of the ift Brigade. 

Roger Newberry, Efquire, Brigadier-General, 

Watfon Lomifs, Brigade- Major, 

Elifha Moore, Brigade- Qjjarter-Mafter. 

ift Regiment. 

Hezekiah Wyllys, Efquire, Lieut. Colonel. 

Elihu Kent, Efquire, Major. 

Captains, 



John Pratt, 
Auftin Phelps, 
John Kent, 
Barnabas Hinfdale, 
Jonathan Elfworth, 
Afhbel King, 

Lieutenants 
William Coliar, 
Oliver Mather, 
James Smith, 
Ebenezer Kneeland, 
David Elfworth, 
Thaddeus Levitt, 



Timothy Seymour, 
Joab Grifwold, 
Solomon Allen, 
Abraham Granger, 
Hezekiah Ladmore. 



Ebenezer Faxon, 
Nathaniel Grifwold, 
Matthew CadwelJ, 
Thaddeus King, 
Amos Jillitt, 



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Enfigns. 

James Olcott, Norman Seymour, 

John Filley, Vacant, 

Benjamin Remington Joel Cook, 
Zebulon Seymour, Stephen Remington, 

Ifaac Haclen, Hezekiah Parfons, 

Luther Lomis, 

Staff- Officers. 
Eliiha Strong, Pay-Mafter, 
Solomon Grifwold, Quarter -Mafter^ 
James Goodwin, Adjutant, 

6th Regiment. 

John Belden, Efq. Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 

Chejler Wells, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



Abfalom Williams, 
George Stand] y, 
Samuel Smiih, 



William Warner, 
Jofeph Goodrich, 
Elizur Taleott, 



Danie 1 GrifiMJ, 
Samuel Curt lis, 
Jofeph We!ls 3 



Robert Welles, 
Samuel Covel, 
William Miller, 
Solomon Dunham. 

Lieutenants. 

Lemuel Whittelfey, 
Charles Andrews, 
Abraham Holliiler, 
David Beckleyv 
Etifi^ns. 

James Welles, 
[faac Taleott, 
Samuel Stratton, 
Charles Kclfey. 
Staf^ Officers.: 
Ifaac Welles, Adjutant, 
Ifaac Goodrich, Pay-Mafie*, 
George Standiy, Qjarter-Mailer, 



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George Olcott, Surgeon, 

Afaph Coleman, Surgeon's-Mate. 

22<i Regiment. 

Samuel Chapman, Colonel. 

Stephen Moulton, Lieutenant-ColoneL 

Abiel Peafe, Major. 

Captains. 



Elias Holbrook, 

Howard Moulton, 
/Abel Johnfon, 

Charles Ktbbe, 

Abijah SefTions, 

Ebenezer Gay, 

Lieutenants. 
< Jabez Weft, 
, Hugh White, 

Eli (ha Johnfon,, 
'Jofeph Collins, 

Samuel Crawford, 

Jonathan Jolmfon. 

Enfigns 



Benjamin Norris, 
Amariah Kibbe, 
Jofeph Alden, 
John John for*, 



Benoni Shepherd, 
Luke Hall, 
Ebenezer Colburn, 
Samuel Johnfon, 
Samuel King, 



Afhbel Chapman, 
Samuel Chapin, 
Jofeph Rogers, 
Males Amadon, ' 
Daniel Newhall, 



Elijah Whi ton, 
Benjamin Blodget, 
Nathaniel Fenton, 
John Ford, 
lenuel Child, 
Noah Davis, . 

JolTiua Griggs, Adjutant 

19th Regiment. 

pathan Welles, Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Lemuel Sloughton, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



Eraftus Wolcott, 
John Pitkin, jun.. 



Auguftus Diggms, 
Caleb Booth, 



l 



JLUJL 



Abner Lomifs, 
Jonathan Roberts, 
Samuel SefTions, 
Jabez Parfons, 

Lieutenants 
Eli Moore, 
Nathaniel Olmftead, 
Eiiphalet Collins, 
David Trumbull, 
David Taylor, 
David Little, 

Enfigns. 



Stephen Hills, 
Lemmy Thrall, 
Simeon Drake. 



Eleazer Finney, 
David Chandler, 
Timothy Brainard, 
Oliver King, 
Obadiah Dickinfon, 



Warham Forfter, 
Eiiphalet Killam, 
Peter Buckland, 
Alexander M'Leanj 
Daniel Rockwell. 



Eli Biflell, 
George Pitkin, jun. 
Deams Beement, 
John Morton, 
Solomon Dewey, 
William Wadfworth, 

Eli Moore, Adjutant. 

David Chandler, Pay-Mailer. 

Timothy Hall, Surgeon, 

Joel King, Surgeon's Mate. 

Officers of the 2d Brigade. 
Comfort Sage, Efquire, Brigadier- General. 

2d Regiment. 
Hezekiah Sabin, Efquire, Lieutenant-Colone 
Nathan Smith, Efquire, Major. 

Captains. 



Phineas Andrufs, 
Amos Perkins, 
Fletcher Prudden, 
Ithamer Tattle, 
Jofeph Riggs, 



Allen Ives, 
Medad Ofborn, 
Ebenezer Riggs, 
David Botsford, 
Alhbel Stut, 



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Samuel Barnes, 


Stephen M union, I 


Joel Hine, 


Jofhua Barnes, 


Azel Kimberly, 


I 


Lieutenants. 


Stephen Dumer, 


David Parfon, 


JefTe Sherman, 


Jeife Denifon, 


jofeph Hull, 


Mofes Peck, 


Pe/er Eaftman, 


Philemon Smith, 


P^euben Tucker, 


Nathaniel Wooden, 


Chauncy Dkkerman. 


Jonathan Barnes. 


Glover Ball, i 




Enfi 


gns. 


Benjamin Granis, 


Nathan French, 


Thomas Darling, 


Ezra Rovve, 


Samuel Fenn, 


Mansfield Peck, 


Joel Cooper, 


Julius Smith, 


Thaddeus Baldwin, 


Stephen Ford, 


Hezekiah BafTet, 


Timothy Androfs. 


Thomas Punderfon, 


. 


Fletcher Prudden, Adjutant. 
Hezekiah Tuttle, Quarter- Mailer. 


Levy Ives, Surgeon. i 


ioth Regiment, 


Ifaac Cook, Efquire, Lieutenant-ColoneL 


Samuel Camp, Efquire, Major. 


Captains, 


- John Davidfon, 


James Hecock, . 


Jeremiah Butler, 


Jofeph Rice, 


I Andrew Bartholomew 


Samuel Meriams, 


| Lucious Tuttle, 


Ezekiel Rice, 


Jofeph Edwards, 


Reuben Rice. 


Lieutenants. 


■ Elihu Yale, ] Samuel Hopfon, 


\ Jacob Clonk, | Andrew Hull, 



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Jonathan Yale, 
John N. Wadfworth, 
David Baldwin, 



Oliver Bradley, 
Samuel Whiting, 
Ezra Doolittle. 
Enfigns. 

Simeon Coe, 
Solomon Moft, 
Robert Hitchcock, 
Jonn Lu£k, 
Rufus Hitchcock, 



Daniel Parker, 

Richard Spelman, 

Abner Averet, 

John Benham, 

Comfort Butler, 
-Benjamin Chittendon, Adjutant, 
Eiiiha Whittlefey, Pay-Mafter, 
Jofeph Parfons, Quarter- M.: Iter, 
Jared Potter, Surgeon, 
Mofes Gaylord, Surgeon's Mate. ■ 

23d Regiment. 

Nathaniel Brown, Efquire, Lieutenant-Colonel. 

Jofepk Blague, Efquire, Major, 

Samuel Goodrich, Adjutant, 

Captains. 

Jedidiah Sage, 
Jofeph Sage, 
Benjamin BidwelJ, 
Jofeph Doolittle, 
George Phillips, 
David Smith. 



Daniel Clark, 
Richard Hamlin, 
James I. Ward, 
Elima Wilcox, 
James Bill, 
Samuel Chamberlain 



Seth Wetmore, 
Samuel Canfieid, 
William Sage, 
John Crowell, 
Robert Waterman, 
Seth Doolittle, 
Jedidiah Hubbard, 



Lieutenants 



Oliver Hubbard, 
David Birdfey, 
Mofes Cook, 
Jonathan Hubbard, 
Daniel Shepard, 
Samuel Bull, 
Willard Wright. 



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Enfigns. 
Robert Band, Seth Miller, 

Peter Goodrich, Nathan Lewis, 

Henry Hedges, Eli Barnes, 

William Dixon, Nicholas Ames, 

Elijah Wiicox, William Hamlin, 

Jonathan Bowers, Jofeph King. 

Nathaniel Miller, 

27th Regiment. 
Noah Fowler, Enquire, Colonel, 
Auguftus Collins, Efquire, Major, 
Captains. 



Sarrtuel Lee, 
Mafon Hobart, 
Thomas Powers, 
Timothy Field, 



Samuel Baldwin, 
Nathan Chidfey, 
Ebenezer Rogers, 
Aaron Stone. 



Lieutenants 



Abraham Fowler, 
John Ruffe] 1, 
Nathaniel Hall, 
Jonathan Todd, jun. 



Edward Muiford, 
Samuel Firch, 
Elihu Baldwin, 
Nathaniel Stevens 



Enfigns. 



Miles Hal!, . 

Jofeph Goodrich, 

Nathaniel. Parmele, 

Jonathan Judd, 

James Barker, Adjutant, 
Joel Tuttlp, Quarter-Mailer, 
Jonathan Todd, Surgeon, 



William Whedon, 
Theophilus Fowler, 
AfaTodd, 
Benjamin Cramton, 



.Officers of the 3d Brigade. 

Dyar Throop, Efquire, Brigadier-General. 

Jonathan Ogden Mofeley, Efq. Brigade-Major.! 

3d Regiment. 
Richard Deflion, Efquire, Lieaten an r,- Colonel. 
■in 



John Hemp Red, 
John Colt, 



John Johnfon, 
John G. Hiiihoufe, 
William Perkins, 
Solomon Rogers, 



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Captains. 

Sands Champlin, 
Nath'i Waterhoufe 
Samuel Selden, 
Daniel Crocker, 
Timothy Marvin, 



Manaffeh Leach. 



Lieutenants, 



Ebene-zer Douglas, 
Stephen Johnfon, jun, 
Samuel Latimer, 
Thomas Way, 
Pelatiah Blifs, 
William Starling, 
James Rogers, 4th, 



Daniel Lee, 
Clement Bifhop, 
Abner Brockvvay, 
Wi i nam Crocker, 



Nathaniel Vibber, 
William Gee. 



Enn>r>s. 



George Reed, 
Thomas Bifhop, 
Noah Comftock, 
W T illiam Moore, 



Japheth Mafon, jun. 
Jofeph Noyes, 

Andrew Grifwold, 
Elihu Avery, 

Daniel Ely, Perez Bradford, 

Stevens Rogers, Jacob Tilkfon. 

Independent Company. 
John Hallam, Captain, 
Picket Latimer, Lieutenant. 
Nathaniel Richards, Enfign. 

Staff- Officers. 
Wetherell Latimer, Adjutant, 
Robert Latimer, Quarter-Matter, 
Grifwold Latimer, Pay-Mafter. 
8th Regiment. 
Samuel Tyler, Efquire, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Peleg Noyes, Efquire, Major 



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Capta 



E'ihu Thorn pfon, 
Ifaac Avery, 
Elifha Prior, 

San ford Billings, 
Thomas Mallifon, 
Rofwcll Randal, 
^Alexander Stewart, 
John Holmes* 
John Tyler, 



'John Avery, 
John Williams, 
Chriftopher Morgan, 
Elias S. Palmer, 
Nathan Ayres, 
Daniel Gates, 
Mark Stoddard, 
Jofhua Brown, 
Ebenezer Cobb. 



Lieutenants 



Thomas Noyes, 
Frederick Witter* 
William Starr, 
Edward Swan, 
Vine Stoddard, 
Jofeph Babcock, 
John Stanton, 
(iBenadam Williams, 
David Green, 



Noyes Palmer, 

Samuel Kill am, 
,- Jofeph Woodmancy, 
kjohn Baldwin, 
f Ralph Stoddard, 

Oliver Breed, 

David Bordman, 

Paul Wheeler, 

^Reuben Partridge, 

Staff-Officers. 
Ifaac Gallup, Adjutant, 
Afahel Tracy, Quarter- Mailer, 
amuel Eldridge, Pay-Mafter. 



Edward Packer, 
Elifha Williams, 
Peleg Williams, 
JefTe York* 
Ezekiel Rude, 
Afa Partridge, 
Giles Capron, 
Stephen Hall, 
Samuel Satterlee, 
Enfigns. 

Elifha Niles, 

Amos Denifon, 
William A. Morgan 

Jofeph Chapman, 

Jacob Meech, 

Abifhai Woodward, 

Ifaac Avery, 

John York, 

Jofeph Eells* 



'if 



Jofhua Downer, Surgeon, 
Avery Downer, Surgeon's Mate, 
Ebenezer Gallup, Serjeant-Major, 
James Geer, Quart. M. Serjeant, 
Rums Haldridge, Drum-Major, 
John Brown, Fife-Major. 

20th Regiment. 

Eenajah LefRngvyell, Efquire, Lieut. ColoneL 

Elihu Marvin, Efquire, Major. 

Captains. 



Simeon Huntington, 



James Hyde, jun 
Jabez Hyde, jun. 
Elifha Morgan, 
Jaebz Brewiter, 



Seth Miner, 
Jonathan Culver, 
Serril Peck, 
Ebenezer Tracy, 
Philip Harvey, 



Elias Welt, 
Azariah Hyde, 
John Wilfon, 
Jofeph Williams, 
Jofhua Perkins. 
Lieutenants. 

Zerubbabel Whitmai 
Amos Armftrong, 
Mofes Park, 
Nathan Wetmore, 
Henry Farnham, jun 



Enfigns 



Nathan Bingham, 
James Armilrong, 
Jefle Palmer, 
James Cullio, 
Levi Perkins. 



George Dennis, 

Daniel Kingfbury, 

James Reed, 

Daniel Fitch, 

Matrofs Company 
Frederick Huntington, Captain, 
Bela Peck, Capt. Lieutenant, 
Hezekiah Williams, ?A Lieutenant, 
Thomas L. Thomas, Lieut. Fireworker. 

Light-Infantry. 
Jofeph Howland, Captain, 



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Aia Spaidmg, Lieutenant, 
Felix Huntington, Enfign. 
Staff-Officers. 
Rev. Jofeph Strong, Chaplain, 
Bela Peck, Adjutant, 
Eraftus Perkins, Quartei --Matter, 
Eliphalet Huntington, Pay-Mafter, 
Jofeph Perkins, jun. Surgeon, 
jabez Kingfibury, Surgeon's Mate. 
24th Regiment. 
Eliphalet Bulkley, Efquire, Lieutenant- Colonel 
David B. Spencer, Efquire, Major. 
Captains. 



Epaphroditus Champion 
Jofeph Taylor, 
iDavid Kilbourn, 
Levi Palmer, 
William Brainard, 



Jeremiah Smith, 
Abner Kellogg, 
Pan Worthington, 
Abner Hall, 
Jonathan Dunham, 



Gamaliel R. Tracy, 
Stephen Foot, 
Mathaniel Otis, 
jSabriel Ely, 
Amafa Day, 



Ebenezer Rogers, 
Amafa Dutton, 
Jofeph Gates, 
Abraham Willey, 
Afahel Ranfom. 
Lieutenants. 

Jofhua Rathbun,jun. 
John Arnold, 
Robert Anderfon, 
Robert Hungerford, 
Arial Jones, 
Enfigns, 



Freedom Chamberlin 
Noadiah Emmons, 
Amos Randal, 
Judah Cone, 
Samuel Morgan. 



Staff-Officers. 
Eraftus Worthington, Adjutant, 
John Brainard, Quarter-Mailer, 
Gad Worthington, Pay-Mafter, 



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Thomas Skinner, Surgeon, 
Robert Ufher, Surgeon's Mate, 
Bezeleel Brainard, jun. Serjeant-Major. 
Gideon Cook, Quart. M. Serjeant, 
Jonathan Spencer, Drum- Major, 
Jofiah Crktendon, Fife-Major. 

Officers of the 4th Brigade,. 

John Chandler Efquire, Brigadier- General. 

4th Regiment. 

Elijah Abel, Efquire* Lieut. Colonel. 

John Benjamin, Efquire, Major. 

Captains. 



Abijah Morehoufe, 
John Peck, 
Daniel Lacey, 
David Burr, 
Samuel Wheeler, 
John Chapman, 
Agur Jutfon, 
Lewis Goodfell., 



Samuel Burr, 3d. 
lVf atthias Nicoll, 
Ezra Seeley, 
David Allen, 
Ifaac Curtis, 
John Andris, 
Jofeph Worfter, 
Silvanus Middlebrook 



Nathan Jennings, 
gamuel W. Johnfon, 
[Abijah Beardfley, 
Samuel Beers, 



Aaron Barlow, 
Ephraim Starling, 
Daniel Duncan, 
Jofeph Sherwood, 
John Williams, 
Samuel Deforeft, 
Deodate Silliman, 
Andrew Hill. 
Lieutenants. 

Peter Sanford, 
Thaddeus Beardfley, 
John Gray, 
Samuel Bennett, 3d. 
David Bradley, 
Eli Smith, 
James Burr, 
Simeon Munger, 
Enfigns. 

David Whiting, 
Simeon Difbrow, 
Ephraim Worfter, 
Turney Bulkley, 



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John Davis, 


Lyman Bradley, 


David Beardfley, 


Gideon Blackmail, 


'Squier Adams^ 


Ephraim French, 


Daniel Gregory, 


Samuel Jarvis. 


9th Regiment. 


Jabez Fitch, /Efquire, . Lieutenant-Cbione!. 


1 O'zias Marvin, Efquire, Major. 


! Captains. 


JHanford Hait, 


Drake Seymour, • : 


James gelleck, 


Jofeph Seely, 


George Peck, 


Benjamin Brum, 


Edward Wentworth, 


Gerihom Scofield, 


Amos Smith,. 


Ahijah Taylor, 


Odle Clofe, 


Ifaac How. 


Daniel Hurlbut, 




Lieutenants. 


: Jofeph Gray, 


: Andrew Miller, 


Jofiah St. John, 


Aaron Comltock, 


Seth Palmer, 


Edmund Mead, 


Nathaniel Raymond, 


Nathan How, 


Epenetus Webb, 


John Gregory, jun. ) 


Nathaniel Mead, 3d. 


Peter Mead. 


Jeremiah Grummond, 




Enfigns. 


Samuel H. Pratt, 




3eele Squire, 


Jonathan Ayres, 


Charles Knapp, 


Soloman Rundall, 


ames Crouley, 




fames Smith, 


Matthew Sherwood, 


Ebenezer Knapp, 


John Mead, jun. ■ 


Samuel Betts, 




13th Regiment. 


Samuel Canfield, Efquire, Lieutenant-Colonel. 


William Coggeihall, Efquire, Major. 



Nathaniel Mitchell* 
Ebenezer Guthrie, 
Daniel Camp, 
John Mallery, 
Daniel Beach , 
Stephen Dodge, 
Thomas Parmely, 



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Captains. 



Elima Boflvvick, 
John Blifs, 
Morgan Noble, 
Ephraim Hinman, 
Bethel Hinman.,, 
Abijah Pratt, 
Truman Hurlbut. 



Lieutenants. 



Walker Maller.y, 
[j Jedidiah Mun, 
Abel Gunn, 
Eldad Baker, 
Nathan Burton, 
Peleg Chamberlain, 
iRichard Brian, 



Afahel Mitchell, 
Philemon Trowbridge, 
Paul WeliTi, 
Roiwell Ranfoni, 
t JAbner Everitr, 
Eleazer Chamberlain, 
Brimfmade Gibfon, 

1 6th Regiment 



John Marvin, 
Martin Curtis, 
Benajah Stone,, 
William French, 
Daniel Hinman, 
Perry Ave rill, 
Thaddeus Stoddard. 
Enfigns. 

Amafa Ferris, 



Philo Birdlu, 
Samuel Drakely, 
Simeon Oiborn, 
Roger Coggfwell, 
Zechariah. Stoddard. 



Eli Mygatt, Eiquire-, Lieutenant-Colonel. 



Caleb Baldwin- 
Cap 
, E 1 n a 1 1 1 a n 6 r e g o r y , 
[Nathan Dau-chey, 
David Meeker, 
Julius Barriuftl, 
Silas FairchiiJ, 
Jo'eph Baric, 



Efquire,. Major. 

ins. 

Bradley Seely, 
Henry Whitney, 
Eliphalet Ferry, 
Elijah Starr, 
Samuel Ferris, 



[Daniel Hoyt, 
fjohn Waterous, 
Philo Curtis, 
Paul Hamilton, 
Hezekiah Dayton,,, 
Jonas Brum, 

Amos Hoyt, 
Nathan Smith, 
Abijah Hard, 
Samuel Stevens, 
Abraham Baldwin, 
Gideon Bardilee, 



lieutenants. 

William Phelps, 
Matthew Northrop, 
Eliakim Benedict, 
Levi Eortwick, 
Abel Ferris, 

Enfigns. 

John Penfield, 
Uriah De for ell, 
Eliud Taylor, 
Henry Nearin, 
Daniel Crofut. 



Officers of the 5 th Brigade* 

Samuel M'Clellan, Efquire, Brigadier-General. 

John Mellen, Efquire, Brigade-Major. 

5th. Regiment* 

Ebenezer MoiTey,, Efquire, Colonel,, 

Simeon Smith, Efquire, Major. 

Captains. 



William Walker, 
Ebenezer Mafon, 
James F. Sumner, 
I Ebenezer Lothrop, 
Bohn Hale, 
Stephen [lay ward, 

Samuel Tyler* 
Abel Simmons * 
Nathan Grigs, 
'Jonathan Carey, 
j Thomas Brigham, 
Nathaniel Root, 



Seth Dunham, 
Afher Allen, 
Samuel Jacobs,. 
Benjamin Chaplin, 
David Rice, 

1 Moredock. 

tenants.. 

Stephen Brigham, 
Samuel Southworth,. 
Robert Barrows, 
Marther Warner, 
Jonathan Brown, 
* ' Spencer, 



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En fig us. 

Ifaac Barrows, 
Jonathan Hovey, 
Samuel Srorrs, jun. 
Jofeph Mofley, 
James Rice, jun. 



Benjamin Walker, 
[Mather Marcy„ 
Samuel Sumner^ 
John Raker, 
Jeremiah Fitch, 
Thomas Davenport, 

1 1 th Regiment. 
Ifvael Putnam, Efquire, Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Daniel Learned, Efquire, Majior. 
Captains, 



Benjamin Ruggles, 
lAfa Grofvenor, 
i Jonathan Morfe, 
j^ylvanus Perry, 
jAfa Pike, 
j Samuel Denifon, 



Phineas Walker, 
Jonathan Nichols, 
Lemuel Ingols, 
Daniel Learned, 
William Ainfworth, 



jElijah Williams, 
Ijofeph Sabin, 
! Jacob Mafcraft, 
j William Pierce, 
; Samuel Scarborough,, 
IE lias Danielfjn, 



Lieutenants. 

Afa Child, 
Jacob DrefTon, 
Thomas Grofvenor, 
Thomas Dyke, 
Richard Peabody, 
Simeon GoodelL 
Enfigns. 

Peth Chandler, 
Daniel Perrin, 
Nathan Paine, 
Bunion Turtellot, 
Daniel Perry, 
Ira Green. 



John May, 

jEbenezer Rofs, 

'Afa Pay/on, 

'Rowland Leavens, 

Ebenezer Scarborough, 

James Danielfon, 

Staff-Officers. 
Lemuel Grofvenor, Adjutant, 
William Morris, Quarter-Mafter 



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Albigence Waldo, Surgeon, 
Jared Warner, Mate. 

1 2th Regiment. 

Joel Jones, Efquire, Lieutenant-Colonel. 

James Clark, Efquire, Major. 

Captains. 



Andrew Huntington, 
Elifha Huntington, 
rlezekiah Bi-ffel, 
t)aniel Dunham, 
Elifha Thomas, 

ofiah Bewel, 
bhn Arnold, 
Uifha Pomroy, 
Samuel Wirt, 
Simon Abell, 

Stephen Payne, 
Whiting Backus, 
fhineas Strong, 
Henry Blifs, 
Jofeph Loomis, 



William Buell, 
Elijah Houn, 
William Talcott, 
Caleb Root, 
Charles Williams. 
Lieutenants. 

Theodora Lord, 
Adonijah White, 
Gad Talcott, 
Chriftopher Crouch, 
Rufus Lamb. 
Enfigns. 

Jonah Root, 
Jofeph Kingfbury, 
Simeon Dunham, 
Jofeph Wates, 
Hubbard M< Call. 
Staff-Officers. 
James Clark, Quarter-Mafter, 
James P. Mayfon, Pay-Mafter, 
James Thomas, Surgeon, 
Amos Stiles, Surgeon's Mate, 

21ft Regiment. 

frames Gordon, Efquire, Lieutenant- Colonel. 

Andrew Backus, Efquire, Major. 

Captains. 

:ep. Clarke, I Andrew Edmund, 

les Dunlap, j Jofeph Spalding, 



jTiiomas Buwell, 
Comfort Titus, 
William Gallup, 

Afa Phillips, 
David Baldwin, 
Benjamin Dow, 
Ebenezer Copp, 
Luther Bingham, 

Scan Hams, 
Nathan Adams, 
Jofeph Wylie, 
Willard Cutler, 
Thaddeus Palmer, 



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Alexander Gordon, 
David Cady, 
Nathaniel CoggfwelL 
Lieutenants. 

Jofhua Frink, 
John Hufton, 
Ebene-zer Deane, 



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Dileno Pierce. 



Enfigns. 



Afa Montgomery, 



Ward Woodward, 



Officers of the 6th Brigade. 

Heman Swift, Efquire, Brigadier-General. 

14th Regiment. 

No Return of Field- Officers. 

Captains. 



Benjamin Conk ling, 
Edward Brownel, 
Seth AulHn, 
Jofeph Bairce, 
Abel Palchen, 
Charles Burrill, 
Luther Stoddard, 
Silvanus Giles, 



Timothy Barber, 
Enoch Parfons, 
Ifaac Holt, 
Jefle Buel, 
Thomas Hofmer, 
Vietery S, Towfleg, 
Elijah Phelps* 



!i 



Oliver Crocker, 
Mariner Road, 
Elijah Standley, 
ZachariahH. Jones, 
SJDavid Harrifs, 






Lieutenants. 

Elijah Holcomb, 
Ifaac Birde, 
Jehiel Pardee, 
Frind Thraull, 
Ifaiah Everit, 



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[Moles Camp, 


Elias Jackfon, 




iSamuel Wadoer, 


Ariel Lorence. 




lElilha Yates, 






Enligns. 




Ebenezer Hatch, 


Kdward Gay lord, 




Jonathan Burri!, 


Sluman Abels,, 




; Peter Mafon, 


Aiaph Parmely, 




Titus Eoney, 


Nathan Briftol, 




Jonathan Pardee, 


Joel Demming, 




Abner Bulhnel, 






Aclonijah Strong, 


Samuel Tibbels, 




Amos Barrifs, 






15th Reg 


;iment. 




No Return of , 


?ield- Officers. 




! Capt 


ains. 




, Eliiha Scott, 


Ezekiel Woodford, 




Timothy Gridley, 


Nathaniel Lewis, 




; Stephen Norton, 


James Lee, 




Afa Bray, 


Afahel Hooker, 




; James North, 


Ichabod Andrus, 




Theodore Root, 


. Frederick Humphry, 




Ambrofe Stopher, 


Abraham Pettebone. 




Lieute 


nants. 


Jofeph Lankton, 


Micah Woodruff, 




jThomas Smith, 


Julius Peck, 




I; Zachariah Heart, 


Lement Peck, 




John Clark, 


Hezekiah Root, 




.' Jonathan fielding, 


Mark, 




SAbel Lewis, 


Jedidiah Norton., 




I Eliflia Woodruff, 


Ezra Yale, 




. Enfi 


gns. 




BSeth Wadfworth, 


Levi Andrus, 




■Levi Clark, 


Enos Ivis, 




■{'Abraham Gridley, 


William Lewis, 




rf .MTnn B^Hovith, 


Thomas Thomson, 





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Zadock Brownon, Robert Jerum, 

Jacob Hungerford, John Tillotfon, 

Jonathan Carrington, Othniel Mofes. 

Staff- Officers. 
James North, Adjutant, 
Seth Wadfworth, Quarter- Matter, 
Timothy Horfmer, Surgeon, 
Ambrofe Stophe.r, Pay-Matter, 
Jonathan Belding, Serjeant- Major, 
Ifaac Covvles, Quart. M. Serjeant, 
Sylveftcr Horfmer, Surgeon's Mate, 
Elijah Porter, jun. Drum-Major, 
Blifs Hart, Fife-Major. 

17th Regiment. 

John Strong, Efquire, Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Captains. 



Nathaniel Smith, 



Mofes Lyman, 
JAndrew Bartholomew, 
Elijah Barber, 
Miles Norton, 
EUhu Harrifon, 
Abner Wilfon, 



Augufiin Haydon, 
Timothy Skinner, 
David Catlin, 

Gideon Smedley, 
Harris Hopkins, 
Jofeph Haydon. 



Heber Stone, 
Phineas Baldwin, 
Jonathan Kittle, 
Ezra Henfdale, 
I Abijah Wilfon, 
J Aaron Norton, 
Jeremiah Riggs, 
• Havilah Thomfon, 



Lieutenants. 

Zachariah Mather, 
Eli Smith, 
Benjamin Gibbs, 
Eli Richards, 
Calvin Cumftock, 
Levi Mofs, 
Allen Haydon. 



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Eniigns. 

Samuel Aullin, 
Samuel Seymour, 
Ebenezer Scelye, 



Lewis Kiiborn, 
ohn Mofs, 

onat'ian Buell, 

A mas Webfter, 

Levi Thrall, Timoihy Barns, 

Nehemiah Lewis, Ozias Lewis, 

Elijah Peck, Ezekiei Scovil 

Oliver Phelps, 

M. Miles Beach", Pay-Mailer, * 
Uriah Tracy, Adjutant, 
David Stoddard, Quarter- Mailer, 
Lemuel Hopkins, burgeon, 
Samuel Woodward, Surgeon's Mate, 
liaac Miles, Serjeant-Major, 
Heber Stone, Quart. Mall. Serjeant, 
Daniel Starr, Drum-Major, 
Putnam Catler, Fife-Major. 



Light-Dragoons. 

2d Regiment. 

Jonathan Deming, E "quire, Major Commandant 

Captains, 



Nathaniel Hyde, jun 
Latham Hull. 



Ebenezer Hartmorn, 3d, 
Sphraim Ackley, 

Lieutenants. 
Silas Hartmorn, Denifon Wattles, 

loger Bulkley, Ifaac Wheeler, 

Cornets, 

ilifha Edgerton, j Billa Williams, 

pharles Bulkley, 1 Jofeph Smith. 

Quarter- Mailers, 
lozel Fox, Samuel Hyde, 

JViliiam Cone, jun. | Elifha Swan, 



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5th Regiment. 

Mofes Seymour, Efquire, Major-Commandant] 

Captains. 

Theodore Parmele, 



Solomon Hard, 
cam tie 1 Lee, 
f Jofeph Wells, 

I 

'[Jonathan Baker, 
Jonas Lawrence, 
barnuel Lewis, 



Andrew Hyllyer, 
John Qilbert. 
Lieutenants. 

Levi Stone, 
Pliny Hillyer, 
Rofwel Coe. 
Cornets. 

Charles Cafe, 
Stephen Chubb, jun 



Robert Hannah, 
David Bolin, 
Benjamin Hanks, 

Quarter-Mailers. 
Aaron Malery, Uriah Cafe, 

8 muel Pardy, Phineas Bates, 

.. Jonah Butler, 

Ephraim Kirby, Adjutant, 

David Buel, Quarter- Mailer, 

Lynde Lord, Pay-Mailer, 

Seth Bird, Surgeon. 

\T be following Scheme is deemed to exhibit the who 
race of Mankind now on the J ur face of the Glob 
Europe contains - - 138,200,0c 

Ana, - - - 450,000,0c 

Africa, - - 150,000,0c 

America, - 160,000,0c 



Total, 898,200,0c 
If we reckon with the ancients, that a gener 
I'tion lafls thirty years, in that fpace 898,200,0c 
iperfons will be born and die j consequently 8 
S027 will die every day. 



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Y A 



E G E, 



L E - C O L L 

in New-Haven^ 
Founded A. D. 1700. 

PRESIDENT. 
Rev. Ezra Stiles, D. D. and LL.D. 

FELLOWS. 
Reverend Meflieurs 



plizurGoodrichjD.D. 
Mofes Mather, 
Samuel Lock wood, 
Timothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 



EliphaletWiiIiams,D.D. 
Warham Williams, 
John Trumbull, 
Stephen Johnfon, 
Nathaniel Taylor. 

Rev. Samuel Wales, D. D. Profeffor of Divinity. 

Rev. Prefident Stiles, Profeffor of ecclefiaitical 

(Hiflory. 
James Hillhoufe, Efq. Treafurer. 

TUTOR S, 
Matthew Talcott Ruffel, A. M. Senior Tutor and 

(Librarian. 
Simeon Baldwin, A. M. 
enry Trevett Channing, A. M. 
noch Perkins, A. M. 

r. Jeremiah Atwater, Steward, 
avid Daggett, A. B, Butler. 



Commencement, fecond Wednefuay m-Stp- 
, mbcr. 
Vacations : From Commencement, fi* 
:||^eeks ; from the fecond Tuefday in January, three 
eeks ; from the 6th of May, three weeks. 

Minlfters, 



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Minijters, Churches, and Religious A£emblies in tin 

State of Connecticut, 1786. 

County of New-Haven. 



New-Haven. 
Rev.ChauncyWJiittelfey 
Samuel Wales, D.D. ! 
Jona. Edwards, D.D. 
Bela Hubbard, E. 
Vacant, 

Benjamin Trumbull, 
Noah Willifton, 
Jofhua Perry. 

Branford* 
Jafon Atwater, 
Warham Williams, 
Samuel Eells, 
*- Say re, E» 

Cbejhire* 
John Foot, i 

Vacant, E. 

m Derby, 
Daniel Humphreys, 1 
Martin Fuller, J 
Richard Mansfield, E. 
David Brownfon, 
Vacant, 

Durham* 
Elizur Goodrich, D.D, 



Eaft-Ha<ven. 
Rev. Nicholas Street, 
Guilford, 
Amos Fowler, 
Beriah Hotchkifs, . 
Jonathan Todd, 
Thomas Wells Bray, 
Vacant. 

Milford.. 
William Lockwood, 
David Fuller. 

Wallingjord. 
James Dana, D.D* 
James Noyes, 
John Hubbard, 
Simeon Waterman, 
Samuel Andrews, E. 

Water bury. 
M. Leavenworth, 
James Scovill, E. 
Abraham Fowler. 

Woodb ridge. 
Benj. Woodbridge, ) 
Eliphalet Ball, J 
Stephen Hawley. 



County of Hartford. 



Hartford. 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 
Benjamin Boardman, 
Nathan Perkins. 



Berlin. 
Rev. John Smalley, 
Benoni Upfon, 
Nathan F«nn. 



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Bolt 0>l* 

Rev. George Colton, 
Ebenezer Kellogg. 

Briftol 
Samuel Newell, 
Jonathan Miller, 
E aft -Hartford* 
I Eliph. Williams, D.D 
Benajah Phelps, 
Eaft-Windfor. 
Thomas Pot wine, 
, Vacant, 
Vacant, 

Enfield. 
Nehomiah Prtidden 

Farmington* 
Vacant, 
Rufus Hawley. 
Glaftenbury. 
John Eells, 
James Eells. 
Hebron* 
Vacant, 

Samuel Lockwood, 
Elijah Lathrop, 
Vacant, E. 

Somers. 
Charles Backus. 



Soutbivgton . 
Rev. William Robin fon 
Stafford* 
John Willard, 
lfoac Poller, 
Vacant. 

Nuffield. 
Ebenczer Gay, 
John Graham, 
John Haftings, 5. 

Symjbury. 
Roger Veits, E. 
Vacant, 
Jordan Booge, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Ifrael Holley. 
Tolland. 
Nathan Williams. 

Wethersfieldi 
John Marfh, 
Jofiiua Belding, 
John Lewis, 

Willington* 
Gideon Noble. 

Wi7idfor. 
D. S. Rowland, 
Theodore Hinfdale, 
Vacant, 
Vacant. 



Fairfield 
Rev. Andrew Elliott, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Robert Rofs, 



County of Fairfield 



Rev. James Johnfon, 
Timothy Dwight, 
Vacant, E. 
Vacant. 



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D anbury . 
Vacant, 
Vacant, 
Rev. Eben* White, &jW. 
Vacant, E. 

Greenwich. 
William Seward, 
Robert Morris. 

New - Fairfield. 
Vacant, 
Vacant. 

Newtown. 
Thomas Brooks, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, E» 

Norwalk. 
Matthias Burnet, 

Bowdoin, E. 

Ifaac Lewis, 






Rev. Julius Mitchel. 
Reading. 
Nathaniel Bartlett, 
Vacant, E. 

Ridge field* 
Vacant, 
Samuel Camp. 

Stamford. 
John Avery. 
Ebenezer Dibble, E. 
Mofes Mather, 
Solomon Walcott. 

Stratford* 
Stephen W. Stebbins, 
Jeremiah Learning, E : 
David Ely, 
Chrifto. Newton, E 
JLTrahiah Wetmore, 
Elifha Rex ford. . 



I 



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County of N 
New-London. 
Vacant, 
Rev. Rose! Cook, 
|Ru Rev. S. Seabjry, 
{D.D. E. 
Vacant. 

Norwich. 
Jofeph Strong. 
Vacant, 
Andrew Lee, 
Samuel Nott, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, 



EW-LONDON. 

Vacant, 
Rev. John Tyler, E. 
Cclchefier. 
Ephraim Little, 
Robert Robins, 
David Huntington, 

Groton. 
Aaron Kinne, 
Vacant, 
Tho's Wightman, B 

Lyme. 
Stephen Johnfon, 
George Bcckwith, 
Vacant. 



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Pre/Ion. 
Rev. Jonathan Fuller, 
Levi Hart, 



Stonington 

Rev. Nathaniel Kdls, 

Vacant, Vacant. 






County of T vVi 

Windham, 
Rev. Stephen White, R 
Samuel Mofeley, 
James Cogfweli. 

■dfiford. 
Andrew Judfon, 
Vacant, 

Canterbury. 
Solomon Morgan, 
Kftin craDic». 

Cove 'fifty. 
Jof. Huntington, D.D 
Nathan Strong. 

Killi?tgly. 
Elifha Adkins, > 
Vacant, 

Lebanon. 
Zebulon Ely, 
Timothy Stone, 
Thomas Brockway, 
John Gurley. 



NDH.A M .. 

Mansfield. 
ev.Rich'd Salter, D.D 
Mofes C. Welm, 

Plainfield. 
Joel Benedict. 

Pomfret. 
Aaron Putnam, 
Jofiah Whitney, 
Walter Lyon, 
Fogg, E. 

Noadiah RufTeL 

Union* 
Vacant. 

Voluntown. 
Eleazer Porter, 
Vacant. 

Woodftock. 
Eliphalet Lyman, 
Stephen Williams, 
Jofhua John-ion. 



County of L 
Litchfield. 
Rev. Judah Champion, 
Vacant. 
Afhbel Baldwin, E. 

Barkhe?njled, 
Vacant. 

Canaan. 
Daniel Farrand, 



ITCHFIELD. 

Rev. — Thompfen, 

Col brook. 
Vacant, 

Cornwall, 
Hezekiah Gould, 
Vacant, 

Gojhen. 
Jofiah" Shearman. 



( 

Hartland. 
Rev. Aaron Church, 
Nathaniel Gaylord. 

HarwingiQn. 
Vacant. 

Kent* 
Joel Boardwell. 

New - Hartford* 
Jonathan Marfh. 
New-Milford. 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
Richard Clark,, E. 

Norfolk: 
Amroi R. Robbins, 



Ci 



Torrington. 
Vacant, 
Rev. Samuel J. Mills, 
i Wajhington. 

Thomas Canfield, 
Jeremiah Dzy, 
Noah Mervvin. 
Water town. 
John Trumbull, 
Uriel Gridley, 
Alexander Gillet. 

Winchejler. 
Jofhua Knapp. 
*r ooaoury. 
Noah Benedict, 



! Jonathan Lee. 


jofeph Bellamy, D.D.] 


Sharon, 


Benjamin Wildman, \ 


Cotton M. Smith. 


Jehu Miner. 


County of M 


IDDLESEX. 


MlDDLETOWN. 


Rev. Lemuel Payfons, 


Rev. Enoch Huntington, 


David Selden. 


i Abraham Jarvis, £. 


Had dam. 


Gerfhom Bulkley, 


Eleazer May. 


Abner Benedict, 


Killing**} ortb. 


Thomas Miner. 


Achilles Mansfield, 


Eaft-Haddam. 


Henry Ely. 


Elijah Parfons, 


Say-Brook. 


Eleazer Sweatland, 


Fred. W. Hotchkifs, 


Jofeph Vail. 


John Devotion, 


Chatham. 


Vacant, 


Cyprian Strong* 


Vacant. 



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YU njett led ordained Minifiers,fiill continuing to preach 


J ^««g- /^o/* only of the Catalogue of Yale -Col lege. 


Rev. Nathan Blrdfey, 


Rev. Albert Hall, 


Elijah Sill, 


Job Swift, 


Abel Newell, 


Elam Potter, 


J Noah Wet-more, 


David Aver) , 


i Ebenezer Martin, 


Noah Merwin. 


Candidates on the Catat 


hgue of Yale- Col lege. 


Meffrs. Aaron Blifs, 


of Springfield^ 


Allen Olcott, 


Eafi-Hartfbrd, 


William Plum, 


Mid die town, 


Ifaac Fofter, 


Meriden, 


Edmund Mills, 


Kent, 


Samuel Mills, 


Wether sf eld y 


Levi Lankton, 


Southington, 


I Madad Rogers, 


Northford, 


Seth Payfon, 




Jacob Wood, 




Ozias Eells, 


Middletoavn, 


Jonathan Maltby, 


Northford, 


John Noyes. 


Fairfield, 


Thomas Lord, 


Lyme, 


1 John Robinfon, 


Lebanon, 


1 Lemuel Tyler, 


Branford, 


ij Henry Trevett Channing, Yale-College, 


I Timothy Langdon, 


Kenjingion, 


J Reuben Pamele, 


Gojhen, 


| Daniel Tomlinfon, 


Darby, 


j Wait Cornell, 


Mid diet own, 


j Zephaniah H. Smith, GJafienbury. 


j John Willard, 


Stafford, 


Ji'l Samuel Auftin, 


New-Haven, 


(|| Samuel Goodrich, 


Durham. 



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i; Richard Salter Storrs, Mansfic/d, 

Payfon Willifton, New-Haven. 

Jedidiah Morfe. 



I Dartmouth COLLEGE, 

In the flate o£Nesw-Hampfhire> founded A. D. 1769. 

The Hon. John Wheelock, Efq. Prefident 

j TRUSTEES. 

The Prefident of the State, I Rer. Sy»vanusRipIey,S.T.Pj 
Hon. George JarTrey, Efq; I Hon. Sim. Phillips, jun. Efq 
Hon. J jhn Phillips, LL.D. | Rer. David Macclurc, 
Hon; tfezal. Woodward, Efq; ! Hon. J jbn Wheelock, Efq; 
R*v. Eden Burroughs, I Rev Jofeph Huntington,D.D] 






Hon. Etifhi Payne, Efq; | Rev; Levi Hart 

Hon. Bfsi'.etl Woodward, Profefibr of Mathematics and 

Natural Phiiofophy. 
Rev, Sylvanui Ridley, Profeflbr of Divinity. 
Rev. John Smith, Profeflbr of learned Languages. 
Hon. B zaitcl Woodward, Efq; Secretary and Trcafurer. 
Rev. John Smith Librarian. 
Rev. Sylvanai Ripley, Dirc&or of Wwr'i School. 
Timothy Dickinfon, A. B. Mafte.- of Moor't SchooL 
Commencement, tbt third fftdntfJay in September 
Vacations : From Commtnctmtnty fix tueekt and two dajt : 

and from tbt third Mmdaj In Marcb, fivt wttks and Jivi } 

day* 



Governors of the Thirteen United State*. 

New -Hampshire. 
His Excellency John Langdon, Efq. Prefident. 
I ' Massachusetts. 
tiis Excellency James Boivdoin, Efq. Governor 
{ Rhode-Island. 
His Excellency William Greene, Efq. Governor, 
Connecticut. 
[See pag e 3, for Governor, &c] 



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New-York. 
His Excellency George Clinton , Efq. Governor. 

New-Jersey. 
His Excellency William Livingfton, Efq. Governoi 

Pennsylvania. 
His Excellency Benja?nin Franklin, Efq; Prefident. 

Delaware. 
iHis Excellency Nicholas Vandyke, Efq> Governor. 

Maryland. 
His ExcellencyWilliam Smallwood, Efq. Governor. 

Virginia. 
His Excellency Patrick Henry, Efq. Governor. 
North-Carolina. 

His Excellency Cafwell, Efq. Governor. 

South-Carolina. 
His Excellency William Moultrie, Efq. Governor. 

Georgia. 
His Excellency Samuel Elbert, Efq. Governor. 



American Congrefs. 

His Excellency John Hancock, Efq; chofen 

Prefident, but has not yet taken his Seat, 
New-Hampfhire, Mr. Langdon , Mr. Peabody, Mr, 

Long, Mr. Atkinfon. 
MafTachufetts, Mr. Hancock, Mr. Gorham, Mr, 

King, Mr. Sedgwick, Mr. Dane.. ; 
Rhode-Hand, Mr. Brown, Mr. Cbamplin, Mr, 

Mumford, Mr. Phillips. 
Connecticut, (See page 3. J 
New- York, Mr. Haring, Mr. P&//, Mr. &»//£, 

Mr. Yates, Mr. Lawrence. 
New-Jerfey, Mr. £*«/#, Mr. Cadwallader, Mr. 

Houghton, Mr. Z>/V^. 
Pennfylvania, Mr. P<?///, Mr. Wilfon, Mr. P*n/jj 

H*r, Mr. Henry. 9 



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"Delaware, Mr. Fining, Mr. Beujord. 
Maryland, Mr. M'lMry, Mr. Small-wood, Mr 

John/on, Mr. &•*//, Ml Ridgeley. 
Virginia, Mr. Lee y Mr. Munroe, Mr. Hardy. 
North-Carolina, Mr. Williamfon, Mr. Spraight, 

Mr. Sit graves. 
South-Carolina, Mr. Finkney, Mr. #radV Mr. 

lOSF, Mr. Ramfsy, Mr. #£Y7tf. 
Georgia.Mr. Baldwin, Mr. Houjlon, Mr. Gibbons. 

Civil Officers under Congrefs. 
Charles Thompfon, Efq; JL.L..D* Secretary.. 
ify£*r Alden, Efq; Deputy-Secretary. 

IcmmiJJi onerr of tbt Continental Board of Treafury, 

Hon. Daniel St. Thomas Jennifer ,-Efq. of Maryland 
Hon. Oliver Ell/worth, Efq. of Connecticut. 
Hon. William Dinning, Efq. of N-eiv-Tork* 
Hon. Arthur Lee, Efq. of Virginia.. 

James Milligan, Efq. Comptroller- General. 

Michael Hillegasy Efq. Treafurer. 

Maj. Gen. Zfozry Knox, Efq. Minifler of War. 

— Carbton, Efq. Secretary at War. 

His Excellency J^/? ^^y, Efq. Secretary of Fo- 
reign Affairs. 

J&«r>' Remfen, Efq; Under-Secretary of ditto. 

Thomas Hutchins, Efq. Geographer. 



ft 



His 

f, 
His 

H 

lor 



Surveyors appointed by Congrefs, for laying off and 
difpofng of the Wefiern Territory. 

Mr. Rufus Putnam, Surveyor for Mafiachufetts . 
Mr. Nathaniel Adams, for New-Hampihire, 
Mr. Caleb Harris, for Rhode-Iiland and Pro- 

vidence Plantations, 
Mr. Abraham Martin, for New-Jerfey, 



i 



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Mr. William Morris, for New-York, 
Mr. Adam Hoops, for Pennfylvania, 
Mr. James Simpfon, for Maryland, 
Mr. Alexander Parker, for Virginia-, 
Mr. Abfalom Tatum, for North- Carolina, 
Mr. William Tate, for South-Carolina,, 
Mr. Johnfon, for Georgia?. 



Commissioners appointed by Congrefs, 
To fettle and adjuft accounts with the United 
States ; alfo to liquidate and fettle in fpeci( 
value, all Certificates given by public Oftken 
for Supplies or Services, and other Clainu 
againlt the United States. 

JWin. Thompfon, Efq; to fettle with Connecticut. 
jRoyal Flint, Efq; with Maflachufetts. 
[Stephen Gorham, Efq; with. New-Hampfhire. 
Edward Chinn, Efqj with Rhode- Ifland. 
William Imlay, Efq; Loan-Officer, Connecticut 
Jofeph Pennell, Efq;. to fettle and liquidate the 
Marine Accounts in the State of MafTachufetts. 



American Ministers, &c* at Foreign Courts. 

teis Excellency Thomas Jejferfon, Efq; at the Court 

of France. 
\W^T. Franklin, Efq; Secretary to- the Embaffy. 
"lis Excellency John Adams, Efq; at London. 

)o\. William Smithy Secretary to the EmbafTy. 

Ton. William Carmichael, Efq; at Spain. 

Ion. John Rutledge,ECq r to the United Netherlands. 

By. a Rcflve of Congrefs , the falary of a Mini fie 

mt a foreign Court is not to exceed 9000 dollars j 

wd that of Secretary ta a CommiJJlon, 3000 dolla; 

ler annum. 



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Ij Ministers, Consuls, &c. from Foreign j 

Courts. 

Don Diego de Gar do qui, Encargado de Negocio 

of Spain with Congrefs. 
Don Francifco Renden, Secretary to the Spanifl 

Legation. 
Hon. John Temple, efq; Conful General from th< 

Court o£ Great-Britain to the United iJtates o 
f America, 
His Excellency Peter John Van Berkel, Araba/Ta 

dor from the United States of Holland, witlj 

Congrefs. 
Chriftian Coenard Backman,efq; Conful from dit 

to for Connecticut and Rhode- IJland. 
Diderick Laertwwer, efq; Conful from ditto fo 

Majfachufeits and New-Hampjhirt. 
Herman Le Roy, efq; Conful from ditto for New 

York and New-Jerfey. 
Jan Hendrick Chriftian Heineker, efq; Conful fron 

ditto for Pcnnfylvania. 
Adriaan Vealk, efq; Conful from ditto for Mary 

land and Virginia, 
Jan Boonen Graves, efq; Conful from ditto fo 

North -Carolina, South-Carolina and Georgia 
Richard Soderftrom, efq; Conful of the SweediJ, 

nation, at Bofton. 
Charles Hellftedi, efq; Conful from ditto, at Ph 

ladelphin. 



\ 



Con su ls appointed by the French King to refid 

in America. 
The Sieur St. Bar be de Marbois, Conful Genen 

for the thirteen United States, refidence zxPhi 

lad dp hi a. 
The Sieur de Jean de Creveneur, for the States 

Conned cut, New -York and New-Jrrjey\ 



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{The Sieur he Tombe, for the State of Maf'ac hu-\ 
/etts y who on account of his health, has lately [ 
returned to France, Monf. Tufcan, his Vice-| 
Conful for the State of New-Hampjbire, is to 
refide at Bofton during his abfence. 

The Chevalier a" Annemours, for the States of Ma- 
ryland and Virginia. 
The Sieur Ofter, Vice- Conful at Virginia. 

rrhe Sieur Bar be de Mar hois, jun. Vice -Conful at 

! Rbode-Ijland. 

Hon. M. dt Chaieaufort, efq; Conful at the Ca- 
rolina** 

The Sieur P*try> Vice Conful at North-Carolina. 

The Sieur de la Foreji, Vice- Conful at Georgia. 



Officers of the Cincinnati Society in the four 
Northern Slates of America. 

For Connetlicut. 
Major-General Samuel H. Parfons, Prejident* 
Col. Jeremiah Wadfvvorth, V ice -Prefi dent* 

Col. Jonathan Trumbull, Secretary. 

Col. Thomas Grofvenor, Treafurer. 

Col. Benjamin Tallmage, AjJiftant-Trcafur-er. 

For Rhode-IJland, 
Major-General Greene, Prefdent. 
Major-General Varnum, Vice-Prejident. 

Col, John S. Dexter, Secretary. 

Col. Jeremiah Olney, Treafurer.' 
For Neiv-Hampjbire. 
Major-General Sullivan, Prejident. 
Brigadier- General Cilley, Vice-Prefdmt. 

Major Fogg, Secretary. 

Lieut. Col. M 'Clary, Treafunr. 

Ca pt. Cafs, Fice-Tretjurer. 



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for MaJJacbufetts. 
Hon. Major-General Lincoln, Preftdent. 
Hon. Major-General Paterfon, ¥ice>PreJident. 

Col. John Brooks, Secretary. 

Col. Henry Jackfon, Treasurer. 

Capt. Benjamin Haywood, Afjijlant-Treafurer^ 



FARES of FERRIES. 





u 

















0> 







-0 


c 




^ 




-3 


c 


8- §3 




£ 
c 


c 






U 
O 






O 








ct! 


8 




*4 


• 





q 




■1 


£. 


£• 


</. 


Irs 


*» 


t: 


d. 


iJ 


?• i-l 


[New-London Ferry, 


6 


O 


2 


c 


4 


0. 


6 





° 4 


\ y Jiurlbur > s Ferry, 


3 


0; 





>' 


1 


4 


3 


c 


4 


IHaJI's do. at Norwich 


2 








3 

4 


t 


4 


3 





O i 


\ Ditto at Sbet7icket, 


2 








3 


1 




3 





i 


\Niantick Ferry, 


1 


c 





1 

2i 





3 
4 


r 


c 


O i 


Say- Brook do. from | ! 
|iitO#. toift^/r/7. 5 


3 


c 


3 


O 


6 


O 


8 







From ift ^/r/7 to 1 
! 1 ft Oclcber. j 


6 





2 


c 


4 


O 


5 





* 


^Brocfavoy's ditto-, 


2 


c 





7 


1 


1 
4 


3 





f 


Warnefs ditto,. 


3 





J 


O 


i 


T 
2 


2 





i 


Chapman % ditto, 


2 


c 





3 

4 


i 


I 
4- 


3 





° i 


\Eaft H add am ditto, 


2 








3 

4 


1 


I 


3 





i 


pM/^ow ditto, 


3 








3' 


1 


4 


3 





I 


I'i^c^-ffi// ditto. 


2 








.3 


1 


I 
4 


3 





i 


\\GlaJfenbury ditto, 


2 








3 


t 


4 


3 





i 


1 Kehej*i ditto, 


2 


I 

4 





4 


1 


1 
"4 


3 





° i 


I Hartford ditto, 


1 


T 

z 





1 
T 


1 


O 


2 


I 
4 


i 


El f Wolcott's. ditto, | 
1 < ever greatjriver, 3 




















2 








3 

4 


1 


4~ 


3 





i 


|! ( Rivolet, 





I 


1 far. 





1 





3 
4 


i far. 



63 ) 



Wind/or Ferry, at 7 
Scantick,. y 

Nuffield ditto, 
Ncuj-Ha<venX} pper 7 
[) Ferry,. 5 

\ Lower do. from rft 1 
| Oa. to \& April, j 
From: ill ^/r/7 to 7 
I ill Ofiober, J 

Stratford ditto, 
Derby ditto, 
New-Town ditto, T 
at Potatuck, j 
Kwwlej's, 
Stratford at the 7 
Narrows,. j 

Qhichejler at Cornwall 
\DeJbcrougPs at the ~ 

Narrows over <SW- 

£*£/«<:/£ -River, 
Backer's at Miftick, 



^ -2 c 



3 






O 



^ c J 



»J 



OjO 



° 






And the Fare for every two-wheel Carriage,! 
'with one Man and Draft-horfe, to be double •! 
and for every four-wheel Carriage, one Man and | 
Draft-horie, treble the Fare for a Man, Horie 
and Load, as ftated above ; and for every addi- 
tional Perfon, or Horfe or other Beaft, the fame", 
as ftated above. 



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Lift of the Poft-Mafter's and Poft- Offices on Ibi 
Poft Roads throughout the United States. 
Ezsnxzir Hazasd, Efq; Poft Ma&er Gentral. 

Deputy Poft Mafterr. 
Samusl Freeman, E'q; at Fslmcuth, Cafco-Bty. 
Me©. Jsr?m'fih Lrbbay, Portfrnouth, New Hsrofh!re. 

BuikUy Emcrfon, Newbury- port, Mafiachufetta. 

Paniel Noyes, Jpfwicb, ditto. 

M2&0I WI iiJarot, Salem, disco. 

Jonathan Ka&ingii Bofton, di:to* 
On the L&wer Road. 

J iho Cartsr, at Providence, Rhods-Ifiand* 

Jacob Richsrdfos, Newport, ditto. 

Gideon Mumford, Eaft-Green*ich, ditto. 

Thon&ai Poctt?, )\m % South- K'ngMon, ditto* 

Jo&ua Coif, Efq. Ntw-London, Ccnne&kufc. 

Dudley Woodbridge, Norwich, ditto. 
On the Upper Road. 

Mof*. Church, at Springfield, MaiTachu fettle 

Thomai Hiidrup, Hartford, Connecticut* 

Wenfley Hobbty, MiddUtown, ditto. 

Ellas Bciri, New^Haven, diuc 

Truddeu. Burr, Fairfield, ditto- 

£bcn;str Weed, Stanford, ditto. 

William Bedlow, at New York. 

Robert Hode, New Brunfwick, New Jerfe*. 

John Hairifcn, Princeton* ditto. 

Bepjam'n £n'tb, Trcoton, d'tto. 

Jihn Dowd'ey, Brifroi, Pcncfcivaaia* 

J.^mea Br?fon, Efq: Philadelphia, ditto.. 

Jacob B coma, W Imington, Delaware. 

Jjhn Barsabj, Hesd of E'k, Maryland. 

Jifeoh Stiica, Hartford Town, ditto* 

M. K.. Goddard, Baltimore, d'tto* 

Frederick. Grate, Aacapolte, ditto. 

Stephen Weft, U, pcr-Msilborougb, dittr*. 

Chriftopher Lorndft, Bltadenbi»g, ditto. - 

Thomai Richardftwi, Gaorgr-Town, ditto* 

Robert to'C'C?, Aicxacdria, Vitginii.. 

Cleon Moore, Co-'chefter, ditto* 



( <*? ) 

Kic wio Oran.ci, i Uii;jric», onto. 
William Snwth, Frederics? £burg, ditto. 
Robert PolLrd, AyUih, diro. 

John Jonsj, Newcaftlc, ditto. 
4tnt* Hay«?», Richmond, d>* to. 
John Grimmer, PsttrfLuvg, ditto. 
George Pu^cic Smith £?.ld, ditto. 
John Driv*r, Suffolk, di't%^| 
jfohn Mare, Edentcwn, Nortn- Carolina. 
Jamei Tbomai, WafhingtoB, ditto. 
Richard Cogde!', Newborn, ditto. 
John Dubntf, Wilmington, ditto. 
John ChefVough, G*o ge Town, 3 oath- Carolina. 
Thomai H*U, Chaileflown, ditto. 
Edward Davie, Savannah, Georgia. 

[T*# P'ft pom. Bcfimt &c. and a!fo the ?tfi from Pbila - 
lpbia> Nsw Yo>ky &c. arrives at New-London on Wed- 
tfday Evenhgty and fet out on ibtir Return on 'Jburfda^ 
timings at 8 oXlock in the Sutnmtr §eafen 9 and at 9 Clock 

Winter.} 



\Dec. 22, 17S5. Wt had proceeded thui fai bafore the Re 
irn of the 3d Regiment of Light-Dragooua was made. A 
|ft of Qfficefi. in other Regimsnt&jof Light-Dragooni («x 
fpt iht 2d and 5<h) h*?e not been r*cei*ed. 

3d Resonant of Light-Dragoon*. 
Benjamin Hickok,, Efq Mijo 



Captain? 
•.Kcheue Lewi?,. 
i'haddeut Hufod, 
ttphen Goold, 
Ki,h Huft, 



L sutenant*. 
David Gudfon, 
■ ■ ■ ■■ "" Sti?iif?f, 
Bradley, 



D vsd Woo^,. 
Qmrter-Marle/e. 
Nathaniel Ltwi •* — * -■■ 

- - ... - - I Jcftjh 
D^v'd Woo^ Adjutant. 



Cornets. 
Curtla Teml'nfor, 



Ogder, 



Ezra D.oble. 

Row!acd,. 
». Cook, 



Tht Hon. Samuel Oigood, Efq. of Maflachufettr, tha H*n 
Salter LWingfto^ Efq of He*/ York, mi the Hon. Arthu 
|*r>Efq. of Virginia, art the only Cmmijiiners of tb§ Conti 
[Ufa/ B ard of T-eafvy ; tht three Gentlemen fiift chofer, 
!ftt refigned. v\d, p. 58. 



( 66 ) 

A TABLE (hewing the value of One Hundreds} 
Spanifh milled Dollars, in Continental Curgj 
rency, at the following periods, agreeable taf 
an Ad of the General Affemblv of the State} 
of Connecticut 



3777* 
Septembtr ift, 
i$b, 
■ OclaUr 1 ft, 

Nowmbirjft, 

15 h, 
Bicembzr ift, 
15 h, 
1778. 
January ift,. 

Ftbruary i!», 

March ift* 

ift. 

15th, 

i£> 

15 h t 

ift, 

i 5 tb, 

ift, 

15J1, 

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139 

146 
152 
160 

167 

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203 
214 
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464 

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( No. I. ) 
Road to Newport. 



( 68 ) 



Greton, 

Stonington, 

Wefterly, 

CharUftown, 
S. Kingfton, 
Tower Hill, 



Barber 
Deaifon 3 
Palmer 3 

Thomfoa 7 
Bierln ; -H* 
Champlin 6 
Hawkins 10 
Sandt * 4 



N*rraganfet-F«rry, Martin 4 
Ferry & Co.-nanlcit I (land 4 
NEWPORT 4 



( r<ic. II. ) 

Lswir or Poft Road to 

Boston* 

{See Road No. I.) 

ToTower-Hm, Sand», 39 

North Kingfton, Ailen, 8 

E aft- Greenwich, Pierce) g 

tad Arnold) 
Pttuxer, Abcrn or Randal 10 
Providence, Olney, Rice,) 

Dexter or Aidrieh,) *> 
Attleborough, Dagget, 9 
Wren ham, Hitch, 4 

— M»an, 5 

Walpole, Hadden, 6 

»- P*gg«t> * 

Dedham, Amei or Gay, 8 
Roxburr, Whiting, 

Boston, Bracket, 



3 
««5 



( No. III. ) 
MiddU Road to Boston 

tbfO % PROVIDXNCI. 

^^^^^ Haughton or ) 
———** Rtymond, ) ' 

kT . . Lord, Lathrop,) 
Norwich, TfQtt> ) 7 



^~D S." 

Newtnt, Bumham, 
Plainfield, Eaton, 
Voiuntown, Durrance, 
Coventry, Kacfc, 
Scituate, Taylor, 

Angel, 

Jehnfon, Fiflc, 
Provicence,Ric», 
To Bofton^SeeNo. II.) 



( Mo. IV. ) 
P oft Road from Bo&on to 1 
Newfeury-Port, Portf- 
mouth and Cafco-Bay. 
Medford, Porter, 5 

Maiden, HU, 2 

Lfnn, Newell, 4 

Da-Tftri, Flint, 6 

Salem, Webb & Robinfon, 2 
[To £e /£* upptr Rosd fr»m 
Salem fo Dante?, Put- 
n-m*«4 miht, tbtnet to 
Wenham, Porte?*!, 4.] 
Salem Ferry, Water*, 1 

Re*eriy Ferry, Leack, 



Ditto, 
Wenham, 

Ipfwich, 

Rowley, 

Newbury, 



Gutteridge, 
Porter, 
(Piemont 
(or Homana 
Payfon, 
Titcomb, 
(Merrill, 
Newbury Port,(Dafenport ] 

(and Lunt 
Sali,W», Gtrrifli, 
Seabrook, Griffith, 

m ii (Sanborn 
Hampton-Falla, v (&Welll 

Hampton, Letvht, 
North-Hampton, Leavitt, j 



T- 



( 6y ) 



r» -i j (four, Wtt*» 
|°' Ccnliad ' (ft Picketing, 4 

Po.tfmoUth,( S: "" , 'J"l' s 
'(or Brewftcr, D 

(Emerfon, 

Old York, ( Woadbridge 9 

1 (and Row, 

Weill, Littlefield, 13 

'Ditto, Ccl«, 3 

Kennebunk, K.ia*ball, 6 

Aruudell, Parten, 2 

,SiCO, Hocpfr & Eradfxree-t, 6 

jPcpperelboro* Bradbury, 4 

(Scarborough,, M'l'iitkcn, 2 

jDitto, Cutler, a 

Ditto, March,. 2 

Stroudwatcr, B>ead, 5 

Falrnauth, Motley and 

Stew&nt, 3 

Falmouth, "t Waitt, Shat 

T-swn, 3 tock,Grae!c t 5 



( Kc V. ) 
Road from Falmouth Cafco- 

Bay, to Fot Wijiirn on 

Kenntbtch Rirer. 

Falmouth, Winflow, 5 

Ditt-, Wilfoa 4 

Gray, Hunt 5 

JDttto, Mathie, 4 

New-Gloctflar, Chandler 4 

Ditto, Davit, 1 

Lew ftown, Cummiog 9 

Oitt" 1 ,. Varnum, 5 

Winthrop, Chandler 10 

Fort Wtftera, 5 



( Nc. VI. ) 
Road from Yalmoutb to the 

Upper Co^/v 
Ncw-Gloce&er, D ivis, 23 
Bik*r&or», Emarr, 9 
ihspardiicH, Gretn*oo£, 6 



No. r-cai, J kl.-n, 7 
Sudb. Canada, iw.tcbcl, 16 
Shtljutne, Ingalis, 11 
Dartmouth, Page, 12 

. Nouhumb*r;«nd, Eircd, % 

( Nr. VI™ 
Upper Road to falm:uib 9 h 

Cafco Boy. 
Medford, Potter, 4 

Woburn, B'ackhorfe, 3 

Ditto, Kindall or Fowle, 3 
Wilmington, Dcanr, 3 

pittc, Bianchard, 3 

Andove*, Abbot, 4 

[To B!unt*t f on the Eaft 
Ruid to the Academy, 2] 
L&tto, Adami, 6 

Haverhill, Harrcd, 7 

Piaftow, Sawyer, 

Exeter, Gidden & Folfom, 6 
Strathorn, Fclfcm, 
Newmarket,. Mead and 

Folfom ,. 5 

Durham* Gage, 4 

Dover, Gage & Shannon, 6 

Btrwick, Lor* 4 , 6 

Ditto* Thompfop; 

Ditto, Liiyi, 

Welis, LiuitfteU, 7 

Kennrbunk, Kimball, 9 

Ditto, Patten, 2 

Sacr, Hooper & Braclftreer, 1 

Peppere boro* Bradbury* & 

Scarborough, Mi}! kin, 2 

Ditto, CutUr,. a 

Ditto, Ma-cV,, 2 

Strowdwater, Broa<\ ||] 
F^lracutb^ Motley and 

Steveni, 



d 



( 70 ) 



fJFalmputh f ^g7~ 
U Town, 1 Shartuck, 


5 


Norwich, J*** 01 7 
' ( Lathrop, ' 


wa ' i Gretite, 
J New-C*fco, Bucknam,. 




p,,^ 


7 


Windham, Stamford,. 8 


North- Yarmouth, Loringj 


6 


Aikford, Clark, 14 


[Ditto, MtchtU 


3 


Union, Lornif, 7 


DUta t . Frotf,. 


6 


Brimlield, Co.iveri, 1 1 


Brunfwjek, Stone, 


10 


Cneckeby River, 4 


j Ditto, Curtis* 


5 


Palme , Q^n'en, 4 


j-&#asa*s Ftrry, 


4 


Belcher?own,Dwighr, 10 l 


jPownaiboreV Goodwin, 


14 


AmWft, Field, 8 


jPitiftoo, Smith, 
1 Ditto, Shaw, 


8 


Sunderland, Billings* 6 


i 


Montaqur, Root, 14^ 


j HsUoweliy Hows?!*,. 


6 


Northfield, Hunt, 6! 


Vs»3alborough, Clark, 


8 


■ Hinfdalr, -^Tailor, n- 


' Winflow, Pettis, 


6 


ChtJSetfi^ld, Snow, 9' 


\ Canaan, Howard, 


6 


WeSmoteiand, Butttrficld, 9 


Sorridgewalk, Howard, 


»j& 


Walpole, Baldwin, 9 


( Ng- VIIL ) 
• l Pod- Road to Hartford, 




Number 4, Walker, 8 


^ 


Claremonv Wait, 8. 
Comim, Chafe, 10 


— Wheels, 


2 


; PI airfield,. Smith, 5 


Alien, 


6 


Lebanon, Turner, 5 


CoUhe&er, Cartey*. 
|"" $ Tainter, 


6 
6 


College,. Brewftsr, «j 


( No. X. ) 


Road to Sujquebennsb, 


Chithazc, Comitxk, 


7 


N. Qprr. Lyme, Grlffi.i, 16 


— »■■■ i Arnold, 


3 


E. Had. Chapman** Fersy, i 


-■ Big?jns, 


4 


Haddam,, Braincrd, ( 


1 j, ' ■■ *' Buflj, 


5 


Durham, Cim?, j< 


MiaautownJS;. 


X 


Wallingfbrd, John fun, J 
Che Aiire, Duolittlr, I 


Uoptr houfet Chaungey, 


a 


Water bury, B'ownfon, < 


iRocky-Hiit, Grimta, 


6 


Woodbury, Wa'ktr, 1. 


W4M{Qg* 


4 


Ditto, Row, 
New-Milford, Canfidd, 


H„tfo,a, fH£ 


4 


New-Fakfielc, Batnes, 1 

Dover, Roft, j 

. Baker, j 

North-RiwiySterrr, 

— Owen, jl 

k Willr, T | 


( No. IX. ) 
Road to Dartmouth Collet. 
J tlaughton or 
I <oyaaund, ' 



C 71 ) 



jSh«9lr 



Delaw&rs. R\v»r t 



Ducker, 



Ce!efcx> 

Shaw, 

Scdty, 

a / Latktway Fort, 
kj ^Gieat Swamp* 
^ J Providence). 

jr>ufqv.«ehaai5ahj 



5 
8 

4 
9 
7 

7 

12 
11 

7 



( No. XL ) 

Head to New- Havt* and 

iVaar York, 

Rope- Ferry,, Miner, 5 

Lym/y Anderfoe,. 8 

Parfonv 2 



Siy Brook Ferry, Saaford, 1 
Say-Brooli, Ely, 4 
Leigh,. 5 

.wiihi-4, |Sy 4 

to** jsssf ^ 

iBranfW,. Baldwin,, 10 

New- Haven, Scott, 9 

■; Mil fore?, GrinnaP, 10 
Stratford, Brcokr, 



Faifuld, 
Norwalk, 
Stamford,. 



Penfislrf,, 
Rec^,, 

Webb, 



Horfe-Neck, Knap,,. 
■Ryr, Hxvliaad, 

;M«xinetk, Horton, 
New Rocac!,Wi!Ham*, 
'Eaft Chcfter,Guyong, 
King'* Bridge, Croo--,, 
[New- York, 



Bru.ifwick, D:ake^ 
Ttn milei run, Joncr, 
. Princeton,., Beekmr 
Tienton, Bergen, 
Bfi&cl, McElroy, 

Penny Peck, Holmts, 
Frmkforr, Mattio, 
Phibdslphia, 




From Philadelphia to 
*rflixadria, 
Derby, , Hayer,. 7 

I'htfter, Withy, 8 

Wilmington, Btntley, 13 
Chriftiana Bridge, Darby, 9. 
Head Elk, Holiingfwortb 12 
Charltftown, Palmer, 10 
Acrofa Sufquehannah, .7 J 

Durbin, 3 

Hartford or Bum Town, .7 

PhiWpe,. 3 la i 

Liggot'a Tavern, 13 

Baltimore, M'Candlea 131 
The Rope-Ferry, 8. 

^eorriet'* Tavetr,. 8' 

Rof*'# Tavern, 8 

SladdcnHurgh, Johnfton, 14 
Alexandria, Lomax, 14 
To Mount Vernen, ihe Seat 
of Gee. Wajbington,* 9 



From Alexandria to 
Willietrjburgb. 
Colchefter, 
Dumf^ea 
Aqusiti 

Frederickburgr-,., 
Bowling Green, 
Habbard'a Tavern,, 
Ay'etto, 
Ruffin'a Ferry,, 
Cartwrigbt'a, 
WtUiamlburgh, 



r 7* ) 



THERE will be five Eclipses this Year :— three o" 
the Sun, and two of tne Moon, in the Order follow 
ng, tiz. 

li The Firft will be of the Moon, January 14, In th> 
Mesninjr,, partly yifibie t the coming on. only, will be f*en b 
os. The Eciipfe will btgin 7b. am. in the Morning. Th 
Moon will fet at 7b. 23m.. about a| Digiti eciipfed. 

1L The Second will bs of the Sun, January 29, at i< 
o*Clock at Ni&ht - y , invlfible. 

III. The Third will be a totil Eciipfe of the Moon,> 
■y 11, in the Morning:, partly viOble to us. Tu Moon wi; 
fet while the Eelipie is coming on. The FcHpfs will beg'n a 
4h. iomi In the morning. The 
about 3I Digits ecJipfed. The ~ 
21 Minu^en 

IV. The Fourth will be of the Sun, July 25, at 4 
o*C!ock and 29 Minutes in tbe Morning ; invsfiVe to ut 



on. i ne rcnpis wiii ueg>n a 
leMoon wilt fet at 4b. 31m J 

t Duration of Vifibiihy wiii b I 



V. The Fifth will be of the Su n, Dtambir 20 5 invifibJ.-. 



VULGAR NOTES for the Year 1786. 
Dominical Let icr A |] Golden Number 1 

Epafl o jf Cycle of the Sua 3 



Difference of High -Water at fever al Places 
from* New-London. 

AT New- York, Tarpaulin-Cove, and Say 
brook Bar, the fame as New- London, — at 
]Rhode-Ifland and Amboy, 40 Minutes fooner, 
at Providence., 25 Minutes fooner, — at Sandy 
Hook, 2 Hours and 40 Minutes fooner, at Alba 
ny, 3 Hours and 10 Minutes fooner,; — at Bofton, 
2 Hours and 20 Minutes later, — at Guilford and 
New- Haven, 2 Hours and 50 Minutes later, — atj 
Philadelphia, 5 Hours and 20 Minutes later, — at 

I Norwich-Landing, 45 Minutes later, — at South 
old Harbour 2 Hours and 10 Minutes later, 



JANUARY hath 31 Days. f 


Firft quart. 7 day, 8 rnor.|Laft 


guar. 22day7^mor 1 


,Fi 


11 moon 14 day. 8 mor.|Ne\v 


r moon 29 day 10 aft. 


30 


# 7 | Kaievdar, &V. |/v 


.Qjet\Fu/jea 


\r. •/• 


1 


A rllSnnd.paflCHRisT. 7 


28 5 10 7 


~6 3 


2 


2.1nf. c. BriJhL 


7 


27 511 2 


7 *5 


3 


3 


Inf. c. Bufton & York. 


7 


27 5! 11 53 


8 27 


4 


4 


Day's length 9I1. 8m. 


7 


26 5 12 41 


9 4° 


5 


5 


® perig. Cold wea- 


7 


26 5 


1 30 


10 25 


6 


6 


Epiphany. ther. 


7 


2 5 5 


2 19 


Morn. 


7 


7 


7*'s fouth 8h. 13m. 


7 


2 5 S 


3 » 


8 


8 


A 


ill Sund. paft Epiph. 


7 


24 5 


3 56 


1 20 


9 


2 


O flow of clock 8m. 


7 


24 5 


446 


2 33 


10 


,3 -I n f . c . Cha rlcjhivn . 


7 


2 3 5 


S38 


3 46 


1 1 


4 Virtue is immortal, 
mand ^iviu li~ue forever* 


7 


22 5 


6,5 


4 57 


12 


7" 


"21 5 


7 10 


6 5 


*3 


6 Day-break 5I1. 39m. 


7 


21 5 


8 1 


7 >0 


H 


7 


• eglipfed, part viiib. 


7 


20 5 


8 58 


rife 


*5 


A 


lnr. C*? r y (*reen<wich. 
flow'ilock um. 


7 


*9 S 


948 


6 12 


16 


2 


7 


18 5 


10 46 


7 *3 


I17 




7 


18 5 


11 40 


8 14 


18 


4 


7*'s fouth 7I1. 27m. 


7 


l 7 5 


12 24 


9 18 


r 9 


5 


<L apog. e enters Z2 


7 


16 5 


1 10 


10 20 


20 


6 


More moderate. 


7 


*5 5 


1 48 


1 1 21 


21 


7 


Some thawy 


7 


H 5 


2 29 


Morn. 


22 


A 3d Sund. paft Epiph. 


7 


*3 5 


3 *3 


50 


2 3 


2 


weather. 


7 


12 5 


3 55 


1 49 


2 4 


3 


O flow of clock 13m. 


7 


11 5 


442 


2 46 


2 5 


4 


Converfion St. Paul. 


7 


10 5 


5 3° 


3 39 


26 


5 


y*'s South 6h. 52m. 


7 


9 5 


6 20 


4 3 2 


2*" 


6 


Days length 9J1. 44m. 


7 


8 5 


7 15 


5 2 5 


28 


7 


A ftorm is coming. 


7 


7 5 


8 1 


6 15 


2 9 


A 


Sun eclipfed, invifible. 


7 


6 5 


8 50 


1) fets 


30 


2 K. Charles I. beheaded 


7 


5 5 


940 


5 45 l » 


J 3 1 3(Sup. c. Haddam. (1649 


7 


3 5 


10 26 


7 2| 






N 











FEBRUARY hath 2^ day's"' 



Firlt quar. 5 day, 4 aft. 
Full moon 1 2 day midnig 



Lailquar. 21 day 4 morn 
Mew D 28 day, lo^mor, 



M\tV\ K ahmder, tiff. |r. ©/ ]/////^|r/. D * 



Days length 9I1. 56m. 7 2 5J11 9 

7*s fouth 6h. 26m. 7 1 5. 

flow clock 14m. 7 05 

fcperig. 6 59 6 

5th Sund. paft Epiph. 6 576 

Changeable weather. 656 6 

3 up . c . L iichfield. 6 5 5 6 

Clouds up 6546 

for a ftorm. 6536' 

7 # s fouth 5h. 53m* 6 51 6 

Snow. .6 50 6 

Septuagef. Sund. 6 49 6 

Day-break 5I1. urn-. "6 48 6 

Sup. c. D anbury* Inf^6 46 6 

(c. Northampton. 6 45 6p 

Dapog. Chilly 6 44* 3' 5 6 

winds. |6 42 t 12 36 

O dkiters K 6 41 6 1 1 

Sexagef. Raw, cold. 6 40 6 

[nf. c. So. Kingfton. 6 38 6 

up. c* N. Haven and 6 376 

\Bofton. 6 36 6 

Days length loh. 52m. 6 346 



12 46 

2 26 

3 16 

4 7 
4 54 

is 

7 4 2 

8 2 

9 18 
11 14 

4 



9 33 
10 45 

Morn. 

o 



Sf. Mathias. 
High winds. 
Quinquagefima. 
Full tides. 
Inf. C. Pittsfield. 



33 6 
32 6 
30 6 
29 6 
28 6 



2 45 

3 34 

4 iff 

4 5; 

5 4 6 

6 39 

7 3° 

8 20 
8 98 



^> 
35 
41 

44 

50 

o 

rife 
o 

6 

«J 

*4 ] 

15! 

ii 16 

Morn.! 

o 50 



1 
2 

3 
4 
6 
6 

• 
6 

7 
8 

9 

10 



40 
28 



3 
4 

4 5° 

5 24 

6 o 
D fets 



The Planet Venus will be Morning Star to the 24th of 
March* tnd then Evening Star to tht End of the Year. 



" M A" R' C" H hath 31 d ays. 



irft qua r .. 7 day, 1 1 morn. 
?uU moon 14 day, 5! aft. 

STTt TCahuder, SsV. 



4 Days length 1 ih. 8m. ;6 26 

5 O perig. ]Jluiteringj6 25 

6 7 # s fet midnight. j6 23 
7I weather. 6 22 

5J"A|ifl Sund. in Lent. (6 21 
2;Sup. c. Newport. !6 19 

3 [Sup. 1. Hartford, Inf.J6 18 

4 J (c. Barn ft able, 6 16 
9 5|Tvvilight fhorteft. 



Laitquar. 22 day 8 aft, 
New D 29 day, 7 ' aft 

ful]7a\rTYs. 



n. Q /, 



10 6i Rain or (now. 



11 
12 
*3 

4 

H 

16 

r 7 

18 

*9 

!20 
21 

22 

!2 3 
:2 4 

26 

2 7 

|28 3 

F9 4 

(5°j 5 

31' 6 



O flow of clock iom.6 12 

2d Sund. in Lent. ,6 1 1 

Day-break 4h 31m. 6 10 

Inf. c. Taunton. } 6 8 

B apog. A iiorm is& 

St. Patrick, coming. 6 
6 7*s fet 1 ih 14m. even.|6 

S. W. winds, chilly. 6 

3d Sund. in Lent. 

Sup. c. Peo-vidence. 

Sup. c. Windham. 
m O flow clock 7m. 
5 Days length 1 2I1 28m 
Rain, — fleet. 

Lady Day. 
Fair weather. 

j*s fet ioh. 3 



9 47, 7 M 

40. 8 26 

11 37; 9 47 

12 22 1 1 c\ 

1 1 1 Morn! 

2 3 



38m. 
Sup. C Norwich, Inf. 
(c. Litcbfald, 
Flying mowers. 
High trdes. 



7 

5 

4 

3 

1 

o 
5S8 7 
f57 7 
5 5<> 
5 54 
5 53 
5 5' 
5 50 
5 49 

5 4<5 7 



9 34, 

10 24 

1 1 12 
11 57 
1245 

1 36 

2 26 

3 10 

4 3 
4 5° 
? 40 

6 38 

7 2 7 

8 14 
8 50 

, 9 5° 
5 tf 7'io 46 



2 55 

3 47 

4 45 

5 40, 

6 28 

7 15 

8 9 

848 



22 



37 
40 

*9I 

5 

49 

18 

9 rife 
10 
n 
12 

10 13 

11 14 
Morn 

30 
16 



7 
8 



D fets 

7 23 

8 40 



A PR I L hath 30' days. 



j Fir ft quart. 5 day, noon J. t aft qua r. 21 day n mo*. 
{Full moon 1 3 dav iomor,|New ]) 28 day, %\ mon- 



M\ 

1 
2 
3 
4 

5 

6 

A 

8 

9 
10 
ii 

12 

l 3 

H 
H 
16 

*7 
18 
a 9 | 

„,! 



Ka lender, 'O'c. 



7JA11 Fools. Cloudy, 
A 5th Sund. in Lent. 
2 [Slip, c. <S<?. King ft on. 
3|Inf. c. iV. Haven and 
[Hartford. 
A ilcrm 
at hand. 
Days length I2h 52m 
6th Sund. in Lent. 
; Sup. C. BrijioL 
Inf. c. Cvncord? PJjm 
(and 2^r>£ 
DhII weather. 
Good Friday. 
Showers, then pleafanf, 
Eafter Sunday. 

after Monday. 
Inf. c. Fairfield, Wor- 
( ctfler and Bcjlon. 
Warm fnowen. 



24 

2( 



-» /■ 



1:.v 



7*s fet 9b, 2m. 



Pkafant weather. 

lit Sund. pad Sailer, 

Sup. C. E. Grceni'jicb. 

Inf. c. Hadria;r., IV or- 
(ccftcr & F aim *<>;/:. 

© p#rig. Now 

Full tides. look out 
7. for a tiorrn. 
Al2d Sund. pall Eafter. 




M A Y hath 31 days. 



?irilquar. 5 day, 1 mor.]La8r<|uar. 20 day, 9 nighi 
Pull $ 1 3 day Umorn.JNew D 27 d ay,, 11 morn. 
<£pf KMendar, &^_ \r^jjj\^/^ \ ri © i . 

I ~z\ " ST^ turf\viih rural 5 5 



^dainties now are 
4" G e a . E l e c . Ne-wport . 
5JPleafant. crown d, 
€ While opening blooms 
l\ diffuje their f weets 
A^d Sund. pall Eafter. 
2'Some rain. around. 
3 ',3 up. c. Barn ft able. 
4jfp- «fl fouth loh. 4m. 
5lGen . E l E c . Hartford. 
6] (© apog. 

7'Day-break 2I1. 48m. 
!i4A4th Sand, paft Eaiter. 



2; 

3 

1 

? 
8 

9 

10 

II 

I 2 

, x 3 



MS 
16 



i\ Perhaps thunder. 
3<Sup. C. Plym, Inf. C. 
^(Springfield, G. Bar- 
^(rington and Groton. 
6 Pleafant weather, 
enters n 



*7 
l 

*'9. 
20; 7© 

2 1 1 A Rogation Sund. 

22I zip. vp. (o. 9I1. 20m. 

2i\ 3 7*s rile 3I1 59m. morn. 
4 Signs of 

- D pcri^. " rain at 
6 A'cenfion day. this 
7', High tides time. 
A fiunxh patt Afcenlion. 
2 Inf. c. Newport. 
) >] j Days length i^fe 46m. 
Elect. Bfton. 



21 

27 

jz8 

k 2 9 



3 7 

2 7 

1 7 

o 7 

598 

58 8 

57 S 

; 45 6 8 

|4 54 8 
53 8 
52 8 
51 8 

50 8 

jq 8 
48 8 
47 8 
46 8 

45 ^ 
44 8 
43 5 
42 8 
42 8 
41 8 
40 S 

39 \ 

39 * 
38 5 

4 37 * 

(4 3 ^ 



1 1 
12 

1 
2 
3 
4 
4 

5 
6 

7 
7 
8 

9 

10 

10 

1 1 

12 

1 

2 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



5911 8 
5 1 Morn. 



42 

371 
26 

H 

59 
42 

30 

H 

54 
36 

1 

4 

40 
34 



14 

5^1 

2 5 

ic 

39 

20 

o 

19 

39 



o 
o 
1 
2 
2 

3 
4 
4 
4 
5 
} rife 

9 



8 ! 

27 i 

2 2i 1 2 o; 
1 1 Ivlorn.i 



10 
10 
1 : 



57 

4 3 

40 

3° 
29 

17 

9 
2 

57 



33j 

20< 
Q 

1-8 

c 






42.10 

34* * 



J) lets 
9 ic 

5° 
20 



12^ 



JUNE hath ^o da vs. 



Firilquar. 3 day, 4 att. Lait quar. 19 day, 4 mor 
Full <& 11 day, 5 aft. New moon 25 day, 7 aft 
V/j ^|| Yalendar, CSV. ""^r;.Q/.| Wy'^|r. j»77 



ji A pilot is not chojen '4 36 
6' for his riches, 



36 
35 

4 34 



34 

33 

33 

33 

4 32 

4 3* 

4 3 2 ' 

4 39 

4 3i 



7} £#/ /Si/ knowledge. 
A.Whitfunday. 
27 *s rife jh. 8m. morn. 
3 Inf. Povunalboro' 
4'Q fall of clock im. 
5; 3> apoge. 

oj Perhaps rain j, 

7] and thunder. 
A Trinity Sunday. 
2Sp. nji fets ih. 20m. 

3 JrtK C. N. London , Inf. 

4 (c. Taunton 8c Worceft}'^ 3 1 

5 and clock even. U 31 

6 Thunder fhowers* 4 31 
7, Pleafant. (4 31 

A'iftSund. paft Trinity J4 30 

2 Inf. C. Providence. [4 30 

3 Sup. c Jpfwich. |4 30 
4|Longeft day. Thun-;4 30 
5 D perig. der in 4 30 
''Middling tides. many 4 30 

St. John Bap. places. '4 30 
2nd pail Trinity. I4 3^ 
Flying clouds, 4 31 

Sup. c* York. 14. 31 

O flow of clock 3m. [4 31 
St. Peter. Thundery 31 



and li^htnin^. 



4 3> 



1 

2 
3 
3 
4 

i 

6 

7 
8 8 



8 |9 
8/10 
811 
812 



21 

10 

2 

49 

3° 

16 

o 

49 
30 

13 

54 
46 

35 
29 

2.Q 
'4 

8 

55 
53 
35 

2C 
II 

4 
o 

49 

42 

30 

10 

55 



11 5: 

Morn 
o 1/ 

o 

1 



4C 



28 
16 
39 

2C 
4C 

rife 

9 M 

9 57 

io 30 

10 50 

11 29 
MornJ 

5 

30 

1 7 

1 30 

2 8 

3 <* 
D fets ! 

8 26' 

9 71 

9 28 

10 9 

10 50 





JULY hath 31 days. 




Firft quar. 3 day, 7 mor. 


Laft quar. 18 c 


ay, 8 aft. 


Full moon n day 6 mor. 


New 525 day, 


4! morn. 


~M\W\ Kaleruier, cSc, jr. Qs\Fulfea 


r.©.r. 


I 


7, fuftfieft irom the 4 32 8j 1 


40 


I I IOi 


2 


A^dpaft Trin. (earth. 


4 3 2 8 


2 


2 3 


II 30] 


3 


2 ! Inf. c. BriftoL 


4 32 8 


3 


J 3 


•i 5°|j 


4 


3 Sup. c. Falmouth y Inf. 


4 33 8 


3 


46 


Morn.] 


5 


4 


(c. Plymouth. 


4 33 8 


4 


3° 


8 


6 >5 


A dry time 


4 33 3 


5 


11 


40] 

1 3J 

1 48; 


[ 7\6 


for cam. 


4 34 8 


6 





1 87 


Some want of rain. 


4 34 8 


6 


46 


! 9A 


4th pail Trinity, 


4 35 8 


7 


39 


2 39] 


|*o 


2 


A ihower 


4 3 68 


8 


13 


3 19 


[41 


3 


Inf. C. Bofton, Salem, 


4 36 8 


9 


6 


• rife 


12 


4 


(and York. 


4 37 8 


9 


57 


8 24! 


•13 


5 


Day-break 2I1. 26m. 


4 38 810 


54 


8 57j 


*4 


6 


Hot, and thunder. 


4 3* 8 jii 


5° 


9 2 3i 


* 5 


7 


O flow clock 6m. 


4 39 8l2 


46 


9 53 


16 


A 


5th pail Trinity. 


4 40 8 


i 


38 


10 26: 


(•» 7 


2 


Inf. C. E. Greenwich* 


4 40 8 


2 


28 


10 joj 


18 


3 


Signs of rain, '4 41 8 


3 


18 


11 1 5j 


*9 


4 


Commence. Camb. 4 42 8 


4 


9 


12 oi 


20 


5 


( » Perig. L 43 8 


4 


5§ 


Morn.| 


'21 


6 


Days length I4h34m.'4 43 8 


5 


5° 


38] 


,22 


7 


O enters St 


4 44 8 


6 


44 


1 34 1 


2 3 


A 


6th paft Trinity. 


4 45 8 


7 


36 


2 29 i 


! v 2 4 


2 


A N.E. ftorm. 


4 46 8 


8 


29 


3 20J 


2 5 


3 


Sop. c. Middletovun. < 


4 47 8 

4 # 8 


9 


17 


]) fets 


26 


4 


(Dog-days begin. 


10 


4 


8 3 


: ! 2 7 


5 


© flow of clock 6m. 


4 49J 
4 508 


10 


48 


3 36 


;.28 


6 


7*s fet 1 ih 32m. even. 


11 


3° 


8 57, 


i 2 9 


7 


Clears off pleafant. 4 51 8 


12 


14 


9 2 ° 


go A 7th paft Trinity. 


4.528 


12 


59 


9 48 


h 


; 2* Hot weather. 


4.538 


1 


35 


IO 28 


; 

















AUGUti T hath it days 



'Firft quar. i day, midnig. 
!'Ful i moon 9 day, 1 1 aft. 



M)(F\ Kalenaar, &e. 

1 



Laftquar. 16 day, 8mofj 
New moon 25 day, 4aft§ 
Pirft quar. 3 1 day, 6 aft.jj 



3 

2 4 

3 5 
46 

i 1 

6A 

»: 3 

9,4 

I0 ,5 
11 

V 

f'3 

!"4 



I 1 : 

U! 
;20 

l 21 

i 22 
24 

,26 

> 2 7 
28 

»9 

31 



Sup. c. Litchfield. 
Sp. tJ# fets 9I1. 43m. 
Days length 14V1. 8m. 

s rife 1 ih. 5m. 

Thunder fhowers. 
8th pall Trinity. 
i^jiick as the Jhuttle 

fly all human things ; 
Time iv aft s us rapid 

on his fleeting wings. 
Fair and pleafant. 
Day-break 3I1. 12m. 
9th paft Trinity. 
Inf. C; Sou. King ft on. 
Sup. c. Fairfield, Inf. 5 

(c. Windham and G.^ 



.Qs. \fuUfed\ 



(Barrington. 
flow clock 3m. 
Nights length i oh 28m 
10th paft Trinity. 
Clouds up for a ftorm, 
Sup. c. N. Haven. 
© enters W£ 

about this time. 

The weather is 
7*s rife 9h. 42m. 
nth paft Trin. 

more changeable. 
Sup. c. Boflon. 

Plenty of rain. 
O and clock even. 



54 
SS 
56 
57 
58 

59 
o 

2 
4 

1 

7 

8 

9 
n 
12 
J 3 

H 
16 

l 7 
18 

»9 

21 



8! 



7.; 

7' 
7, 
7 

7 7 
78 
7| 8 
7: 9 

22 710 

23 711 

2C 7II 

7J 12 



2^ 



27 
28 
30 



1 9 

3 
46 

34 
20 

12 

o 

53 
42 

40 
36 
29 

3° 

2 

54 
46 

35 
29 

20 
13 

4 

53 
40 

2C 

6 

54 
37 

>5 

46 

3 C 



SEPT E M B E R hath 30 days. 
jFull moon 8 day, 2 morn.lNew moon 22 day, 6 mor 
iLail quar. 14 day, 8 aft. JFirftquar. 30 day iomcr 
M\W\~^ 

"Tj 6 Days length 121158m. 1 5 31 7 
2| 7 7 # s rife 9h* 17m. 5 32 7 

3 A Dog-days end. 5 34 7 

4 2 Sup. c. Providence. 5 35 7 
3 Sup. c. Hartford \ Inf. 5367 

64 (c. Worcejler. 5 38 7 

5 Rain, which 5 39 7 

6 Nativity of b. Vi M. 5 40 7 

7 cools the air. 5 42 7 
A 13th paft Trinity. 5 43 7 

• perig. Foggy 5 44 7 

3 Inf. c. Concord \ Taunt. 5 46 7 

4 Commence. Haven 5 47 7 

5 mornings. 5 49 7 

6 If you will not hear rea- $ 50 7 

7 /»», y£* will furely rap 5 5 1 7 
K your knuckles. I5 53 7 

Sup. c. Newport. [5 54 7 

Sup. c. Windham, and, 5 557 



[Worcejler. 

A. ftorm is coming on. 

Days length 12I1. 2m. 

O enters ^= 

15 th paft Trin. 

Pleafant and ferene. 

^up. c. N. London and 
(Springfield. Inf. c. 
(Litchfield, Newbury, 
(Barnjl. Ponunalboro* 

/*s rife 7h. 37m. 

"~~~~~ ~ 



5 57 7 
5 5^7 

5 59 7 

6 1 6 



3 7 
3 57 

448 

5 4 2 

6 33 

7 22 

8 17 

9 12 

9 59 
10 58 
n 56 
12 52 

1 47 

2 44 



11 1 

12 6] 
M ?rn 

1 id 

2 37^ 

3 58 

4 48 
• rife 

6 50; 



20] 

57 1 
34 : 

»3 



3 39I1 1 23! 

4 3o' ; Morn! ! 



2 6. 
461 

7 & 
86 



9 6 
6 11 6 



5 2 5 

6 16 

7 7 

7 54 

8 43 

9 16 
10 1 
10 44 

1 26 
12 10 
12 54 

1 37 

2 14 

3 1 



331 

1 46; 

2 49, 

3 46; 

4 45^ 
3) fets 

6 13! 

644^ 
.7 »*|i 

7 39' 

8 o; 

8 39! 
col! 

3 !; 



9 
u 10 



cTc t o:b~e a" 



hath 3 1 days. 



|j Full moon 7 day, noon. 
i'Laft quar . 1 4 day 4 morn 



INew ]> 21 day, 1 1 night. 
Firft guar. 29 day midnig 



\M\IV\^ /Calendar, cjf r. \ri.Q/>f Vt'l f*<i\\ r 



9 
10 

11 

12 
13 

]H 
15JA 

16 



*7 
18 

J 9 
20 
21 

* 2 

123 

4 

j2 6 

27 
28 
29 
30 
3J 



A\i6th pail Trinity. 
2 Sup. c. So. Ki?igJfon 
3/Inf, c. Bofton & />/?«. 
4i)ays length 1 ih. 28m 
5 1 Pleafant days, but 
6;??s rifeyh. 15m. 
Full tides, cool nights 
17 tk pall Trinity. 
Sup. C. Briftol. 
Sup. c. Taunton. 
and mornings. 
O faft clock 14m. 
Day-break 4h r 52m. 
More falling weather. 
1 8th pall Trinity. 
Sup. c. E. Greenwich. 
7*s rife 6h. 34m. 

Pleafant* 
Days length loh 48m. 
A florin not far ofF. 
Clears off 
19th pall Trinity, 
2-1 D apog. © enters V\ 

3 pleafant, but 

4 foon changes |6 

5 Nights leng. 13I1 30m 

6 to windy, cloudy, 

7 and wet weather. 
A 20th pad Trinity. 

2 Chilly winds. 
S. c. Camb. In. c. Fahh 



50 Morn 
37*1 o 29 




NO V KM B E R hath 30" days. > 



•ull moon 5 day, 9 aK.INew moon 20 day, 5 alt. 
alt guar. 12 day, 3aft.|Firft quart. 28 day, 3 aft. 



tf|/^| Kalendar, Wc. 
4 All Saints. 



\ri.Qfet\fuljea\r.Jis. 



5 Days length ich 12m 

6 7*s rife 5h. 29m. 

7 perige. 
\ 2 lit pall Trinity. 
2 Full Tides. Windy 
3 ; Sup. c. Salem, Inf. c 
4 (Hartford. 
5; Pleafant. 
6 £ Changeable 
7S weather, 

A (2 2d pail Trinity. 
2|Day-break 5I1. 28m. 7 
3;Inf. c. N. Haven and 7 
4J {Northampton. 7 

5|Days length 9h. 40m. 7 10 5] 5 52] 3 22 
6 7 # s fouth at midnight^ 11 £ 6 37) 4 37 
Great Earthqua. 17557 



|6 53 6 
6 54 6 

6 57 6 
6 58 6 


5 '8 

6 10 

7 2 

7 53 

8 42 


6 59 6 


9 4 2 


7 5 


10 52 


7 * 5^ 


1 1 52 


7 3 5 


12 48 


7 4 5 


1 37 


7 I * 
7 6 5 


2 31 

3 « 



1 30 

2 47 
3. 49 
5 o] 
Prife 

8 23 

9 4° 
10 49 

Morn 

7 5] 3 54! ° 26 

8 5f 4 37j 1 27 

9 5 5 13; 2 30 



23d parr. Trinity. 
Inf. c. Newport. 7 

Inf. c. D anbury. 7 

enters f Pleafant 7 
weather. 7 

7*s fouth nh. 29m. 7 
Rain, fnow. 7 
24th pall Trinity. 7 
Chilly, cold weather, 7 
Inf. c. Norwich y Pitts-\-j 
(field and Cambridge}^ 22 5 
7*s fouth nh. 4m. I7 22 



12 5 7 33! 
*3 5 8 171 



5 4^ 

~ 49 



14 5 8 56 - fets 

9 44 
io 30 

11 29 

12 o 
12 52 

1 29 



3! 

»7 5 

18 5 

'9 5 
'9 5 

20 5 

21 5 



5 8 

6 4 

7 8 



9 
10 



2 io'ii o 

2 49;M m 

3 4 6 j o 42 

4 48] 1 40 



DECE M BER hath 31 day?. 



Full moon 5 day, 7 morn. New moon 
Laft quart. 12 day, 7 mor. Firftquar. 



20 day, noon; 
28 day 2 morj 



fulfealr ]). 



5 2 8 2 46, 

* 3 5°, 

1 5 2 
4 6 3 

0] © rife 

5 56; 
7 

8 \$ 

9 3*i 
10 48] 



13 
'4 

'5 

16 

'7 

18 

19 

20 

2i 
22 

3 

24 

2 5 
26 

2 7 
28 

29 

3^ 
31 



6 Days length 9I1. i4m.|7 23 5 

Pretty full tides. \y 24 5 

Advent Sunday. {7 24 5 

m perige. Cold, \y 25 5 

InLcWorceftMBamJi'sj 25 5 

friovvy weather. (7 26 5 

Sharp Boreas blows and j 26 5 

nature feels decay YJ 27 5 

7 # sfouth 1 oh. 24m. 17 27 5 

2d Sund. in Advent. YJ 28 5 

O fall clock 6m. (7 285 

Inf. c. JVindbamy Mid- J 28 5 

\(d let own &r Plymouth.^ 29 5 

Rain about this time. 7 29 5 

Days length 9I1. 2m 

Cold and windy. 
3d Sund. in Advent. 
Inf. c. Providence, 
Inf. c. Taunton. 
O eclipfed, inviiible. 
enters >f 
Days length 9I1. 
7*s fouth 9I1 23m. 
4th Sund. in Advent. 
Christmas. 
Inf. C Salem, 

The weather 

changes often. 

May virtue blefs Co-h 29 5 

Iambi a* 's Jhore ,and hate-n 28 5 

\ful difcord be no more. 7 28 5 



1 

7 
h 
2 

3 
4 



29 5 

29 5 

30 5 

3° s 

30 s 
30 5 
30 5 
30 5 

3° 5 

3o*5 
29 5 

29 5 

29 5 

\7 29 5 



6 1 

7 



9 

9 45 
10 40 

39 
12 37 
» 34 






2 30 Mora 



3 " 

4 « 

5 « 

I 43 

6 20 

7 ° 

7 4 2 

8 28 

9 4 
9 47 

10 33 

1 » 20 

12 

1 o 

1 52 

2 40 

3 2 9 

4 10 

4 57 

5 56 



5o; 

1 24 

2 17J 

3 '9 

4 «5 

5 l % 
o 10 

6 $0 
3) fets 

5 3° 

6 28 

7 2 7 

8 42 

9 5° 
11 7 
Morn; 

O 2C 

2 44 

3 53 



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3&e0tfter 



&. jpar /&* State of 

I CONNECTICUT: | 



WITH AN 



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aim&n-acft, * || 

| For the Year of our LORD, |'H 

178 9 . 

1 Calculated for the Meridian of New- | 
I London, Lat, 41. 25. North, t f 

£ By NATHAN DABOIX. 4 

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. ADVERTISEMENT. 

THE Editor, here prefents to the re- 
fpedtable public, the ConneHicu^ \ 
Regijler^ for the year 1789 ; and as he f 
hath fpared no pains to have it correct, 
he wilhes it may meet with a favourable 
reception. He returns thanks to thofe 
gentlemen to .whom he hath applied, for 
fo freely affording their afliftance in fur- 
nifhing him with materials, and requefts 
their annual afliftance. Any hints thau 
may improve the work, will be grateful- 
ly received and acknowledged. 

^ — - /'J>? 



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megtfter, ■&?. 

. ^0216973 

AJhort defcription o/NEW-EN G L A N D. 

<Xbe general Name, NEW -ENGLAND, comprehends tbt 
prefent States of 

New-Hampshire, I Rhode-Island and Pro 
I vidence Plantations, 
Massachusetts, | And Connecticut. 

L "THI/E firfl tffi&ual fettlement of Europeans in this traB 
J[ of Country, was made at the town of Plymouth (or 
New Plymouth, as it was then called) A. D* 1620, bvfome 
Englijb people , who, to avoid perfecutian in England, fiid 
to Hdland, and afterwards removed to America* c lbey 
landed at Cape Cad in the month of November, and fufferei, 
during the winter, olmvfl incredible bardjbipt. Upon tbtir 
arrival, they drew up a writing, fa which they resogni&d 
King James as their King, forrrnd tbtmj; "elves, into il a civil 
body politic," for the purpcfe of government, and thus laid 
the foundation of the Colony of New -Plymouth* About tbt 
fame time a Corporation was erecled in England by the name 
of (i Ibe Council eftablijbed at Plymouth, in the County of 
" Devon, for the planting* ruling, ordering and governing 
f* of New-England j* to whom the King gave all the coun- 
try from the 40th to the ^%:b degree of north latitude^ by a 
patent bearing date November yl, 1620. This Council re- 
tained the' powers granted them by the crown f until the year 
1635, when they rejignsd their charier, having firfl made 
many grants of land to adventurers who $top*Jed forming 
fsttlemtntt in New England ; among others tb7y £ anted the 
Province of Main f to Robert Gsrget^ in 1622, Mo r acbafet!t~ 
Bby&to Sir Hentj Rofwetty &c. its 1617, '&:■."&<:• Ply- 
msuth Colony and Mijfacbujfgtts, **ere the m-fi -efpeftable 
Jtulemints wb'.ch were made in conjcauenti of ' tbcje grants t 



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i ah bough the former was the cldeft, the latter foon became m 
mofi populous \ and emigrants /rem it fettled upon the Riim 
CsnttetSicut, and laid the foundation of the Colony of tbm 
name, fo early as about the year 1635. Hartford was tM 
capital of Connaclicut, as New- Haven was of Ne-» Hi villi 
Colony, which was founded about the fame t'mt. The DutcLw 
who had fettled at Manhattans (now New TorkJ bad a /rail 
ding houfe at Hartford, and confidered both that place ant\ 
New-Haven as w'ubin their limits, and fuhjeB to their juif\ 
diclhn» This occafioned f me untafinefs, and as the native* 
Indians alfo were very troublefime, the Etglijh found union 
amng themfelves effetstsal to their fafety, and therefore, in 
the year 1643, * be four Colonies cf 

Plym.utbt I ConncEficu*, and 

Majfacbuftts, New Haven, 

Ggwd upon Articles of Confederals, whereby a Congrej^ 
was firmed, confifting of two Comm'JJi oners from each Colony i 
who were cboj 'en annually, and, xobett met, were con/Mend as 
tbt Rtprefentatives of < ; The Unittd Colonies of New- Eng- 
land • Tbe powers delegated to the Cemm'tffi oners, were 
mu.h the fame as theft now pojpjfed by Congreft ; and wen 
exercifed by .hem tilt about the time of the Rfuslution in 
England, 

Of New-Ham psmike. 

This fiats was granted by the Council of Plymouth, to 
Capt, Jcbn M fin : The capital of it is Poitfmouth, ficuate 
upon the Rwer Pifcataqua, which has a very fins harbcw, 
and this, indeed, is the only port of a*j confeauence in the 
State, 

Of Massachusetts. 

The fiate of Msffacbufettt comprehends the colony cf Maf 
faebufetts Bay, granted by the Council ef Plymiutb, to Rf 
well and others* in 1627 \ the colony of Plymouth, grafted by 
the fame Council, to William Brae ford, in 1629 j and, the 
Province ef Main, granted by the fame Council to Robert 
Gorget, in 1622. The two letter, together with the territory 
of Sagadib.ck, were annexed to the former by a Royal Charter 
dated Ofttber jtb, 1691. B jfton is the capital of t bit fiate, 
it it built upon apeninfula cf an v regular form, at the bottom 
cf a large bay, contains about 2000 dwelling- boufes, and 
-*sr t 5,000 inhabitants- 



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Of R«0DE-(sLAND and PROVIPINCE \ ft >fj 

Plantations. 
Tbtfrft fettltrs of tbit flats, were inhabitants of fomt of 
the other Nevj England Coloniet, from whence tbty removed 
oh account of a difference in tbtir religious fsntiments* Somt of 
tbtm fxtd tbemfelves at Providence, and otbtrt on Rhodo 
Ifla?id j and tbtir fetflementt wert diftingu : fhed by tbt nanus 
*/* Providence and RSod*-I(hnd Plantation!. The town of 
Providence was tbt capital of tbt former, and -Newjojt of 
tbt latttr ; tut in tbt \^ of Char, th a charter faffed tbt 
Great Seal, uniting the two Jtttlemtntt under the fame go- 
vernment, by tbt nsme of " The En$Ufh Colony of Rhode- 
I (hod and Providence Plantations.." 



Drjcripion of CONNECTICUT. 

Miles, 1 C Degrees* 

Length - - 90 > between 2 40 and 43 N. tat. 
Breadth - 60 J C 7 2 ^»^74 j^ Long. 

THIS State comprehends the old Colonies of Co v nic- 
ticut and New-Haven, and is divided into 
e:gbt Counties, vixi Hartford, New Haven, New London, 
Fai field, Windham, Litchfield, Middled and Tolland. 

Tbt fact of tbt country is generally vtry uneven, and in 
many places extremely ft ;ny, yet the foil is fertile, and the pro- 
duce plentiful : the tatter conffh r f wheat, rye, indian corn, 
oats, barley, fax, btmp &c» The large quantities r fpafturt 
and mowing grounds vobicb tbitft.itt affo as i enable tbt inha- 
bitants to raife great numbers of neat cattlt and borfet, many 
of which art driven to otbtr placet, or fent to the W*jl Indies 
for f ale » 1 heir principal exports, be fides live cattlt and 
borfet, art Jheep, falted pork (fir which ConneBicut is fa* 
mousj and beef, lumber, pot and pearl ofhes, fax feed, &c. 
in return for wbiob they ufuatty 'tctivt European and Eafi 
and Weft India goods* 

The old Colony of ConneBicut was originally fettled by emi- 
grants from Mijfjcbuftttt- Bay, about the year 1635 ; and \ 
in 1 66a 1 he coUny if New Haven mat united with it, 
tbt common r.vme Connecticut given to both. Since, 



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bunion tbefiatt bat bad two capitally Hartford and Niw-Hi- 
ven, fcr£fV£ *re, alternately 9 the fiat of government* The 
former it Jituated on ConntBicut Rivtr, 50 miles from tbi 
fia, and containt between 4 and 500 houfer, wbicb art m r ftly 
built of wood (at the boufes in New-England generally art) 
but have a neat appearand, The latter containt about 500 
boufity and it Jituated on tbt found wbicb divide t Connecticut 
from Long- Ifiand. Tbi t city is neaj and regular , but at it 
lies in an hollow , cannot be fien from any great difiance* In 
1700 a college wat founded berty called Tale College 9 wbicb 
at prefent w refpeBable among the American Uniwjiiies.— 
The Rev, Dr. Ezra Stilet it prefidenu 

ConneBicut it bounded on the north by M^JJachufettiy on 
the eeftby Rhode IJlandy on tbt weft by New-Torky and on 
tbt fiutbby Long IJland found t 

Beftdet tbt citiet of Hartford and New-Haven, three otbert 
have been lately incorporated f -viz* 

N«w-London, Jituated at the mouth of the river Tbumety 
wbicb bat tbt btft harbour in ConneBicut. 

Middietown, elegantly Jituated on the weft bank of Con* 
ntfficut River ; and 

Norwich, a manufacturing town, 14 milet diftant from 
New-London, and Jituated on a branch of tbt rivtr Tbamtt, 
call/d Sbetucktt. 

Tbt principal rivtr t in tbt jiatt arty the Connecticut, 
Thamei, and Houfatonick or Stratford Rivtr* Tbefrft 
it above 300 milts in length. 

The numbtr inhabitant! it eftimated at 220,000, whereof 
6000 are Indians and Negroes. 

All religions , not inconfifient with tbt peace and good order 
of the fiat fy are tolerated here. 

The General Court or AJembly 9 in wbicb the Juprtme 
legijlativt authority of the /late it vefted, confftt of two 
brancbth colled the Upper and Lower Houfei. The upper 
houfe it compofed of tbt Governofy Lieutenant Governor, and 
twelve Affiftantty all cbofen annually by the Freemen 5 and 
tbt lower boufe conffis of the Representatives of tbt tewnt, 
mofi of wbicb fend two 9 the otbert ont : tbtfe are cbofen 
twice in a year. The ftattd timtt for holding the General j 
^(Jtmblyy it May and Oftobtr. 



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Account oftbt Stttltmtnt and Go*trttors nf C 
ar.d Niw-Haven. 

The Settlement of Conuc&icut begun 

The people of Watertowr, ( Majfa J 
fix oa a place upon CynntdYcut R'm , to 
which they determined to ;emov, and 
applied for liberty 

Six:y mer?, women and children, w * f k 
neat tattle, hjrfcs and fwist. move to the 
ri%ev 

John Winthrop, Eq„ appointed by 
L;rd S;y and S*JI, took poff.ffion of Con- 
necticut River, snd brains to ere& buil- 
ding i, and a fort at Sat Brook, 

A leifc! arrives f om England, fent by 
Lojd Say, &c. with men, pro virions, and 
all thingi ncuflary to ere& a fort, and fc- 
cue tha mouth tf the rive-, 

The Dutch fsnt a floop to take ptfcf- 
fion, but the company having mounted 
fevsra! pieces of ordnance on (bore, pjever.- 
ted them* 

The fi ft court waaheldat Neir-:o«rn, 
(cow Ha:t£>td) 

The Planter! make aiticlei of govern - 
mint, an*, by compact, form themfe.vce 
into a common «eaich«. 

By the articisi of government, it w« 
determined that the two General Cour a 
mould be snnmlly oa the ftrtond Taurf- 
days of April and September rand that no 
perfon &ou'd bs ehofen governor moc* 
than osce in two ycare. 

The fiift Gent;*} Court of Eledlor, 

Govrnon ofCo^Nic'TicuT i u.til the 

Charter. 
The Hon. John Haynea, Etj. defied 
The Hon. Edwzrd Hjpki-B, Efq*. 
The Hon. John Hayner, Efq. 
The Hon. George Wyliyi, Efq., 
The Hon. To * n H»yn*a^ Efq. 



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ONNICTICUT 
1635 

1634 

Caster, 1635 
Nov, 3. 

23. 

April 26 j 1^36 

>-• 14,1639 ;| 



A/trilS, 1639 



1640 
1641 




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Fi m thie time, to 1655, Governor 
Hopkins and Govainaf Ka^acs, were thu- 
fcrr Gave.-aori fucttffivelj ev*rjoher yea> 5 
when ant was Governor the other wat 
D«£ii£ -Go?e nor* 

flu Ho;.. Thorns Wsiis, Efq* 1655 

TfcS Ktn. John Wsbfter, E q. 1656 

The time ofche General E taion was altered* , 
The Hor« John Wiathro?, £% 1657 

The Ho . Thomas Well*, Efq. ! 1658 

The H.n. J^hn Winthrop, E^. 16^9 

He was ^iinua'ly ?kS^ lili cfea'tsr pri- 
vileges weie granted bjr klrg Cha . II. and 
aftc/wsjdt till 'his death, April 5 1676. 

N B . The la w providing that no ptrfon 
Jhjuid be cbojen gwtrnor more than cne 
y$ar in two, ivat by ibt confent cf tbifrgs- 
mtn Ttptaltd 1659, 

Settlement and Governors ®f Ntw-Haver. 

Ths fVtttmtot bugan April, 263S 

The fiift public wor(h'p in this new 
plantation *as attended on L*»rQ T * da), un- 
dtr a iVge fpreading rak. Mr. D«vcc- 
pcrt preached from Mat. _* .1. On the 
temptations of the wiiderneiY i3, 

A*tic!c* are made between M . Eaton, 
and the Pa at ore, end M »3i*ugin Sachem 
of Quinopicke, (N:?.Hwm) snd hit 
Council, b; whicn the land was granted 
therr. Nov. 24. 

A- tides of government wdesagreed u;- 
00 by th* fi.tt fatvleis, Ju?e 41 1639 

The ririt EhcTon, V&- 25. 

G vetfcort of New-Haven. 
The Ht.j. ThecphilusEator , E'q. 25. 

He is started an.nuallj till his death, 
Jan. 7, 1658 

Tee Hon. Francis N:wmsn, Eq. May 26, 165& 

Dies in effice at tht clefs or ihe yea? 
■__E6°» or the beginning of the year 166 r. 



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The Hon William L^et, Efq. My 29, 1661 

Hi is annually clv&td till the union of 
the two governors ts. 

Chirtcr by ki g Charlei granted, and ; 
ihu C ionics uniud. 

The Gcnjrrjl Court of Connt&Icut, de- 
termined to prefer an addefs an:t petition 
j to 5C-.ng Chi- lei J J. profiling th*i* (ul- 
\ j^tian and loyalty to hi»majtfty« and ft> 
'! iiciting 3 royal tht.tsr. G v. Winthrop 
was appointed to negotiate the affair with 
hii m3jjfty.. jfcf£y 16,1 66 1 

K gCmle»by chaster orcJainsd and 
conftituted the twoco'eniet to be fore nr 
one bidy cor pant* and politick, April 23, 1662 

Goternors a fter the U.iion. 
The Hor. John Winthrop* Efq. 

Tne FT.n... William Lett, Efq. May 12, 1676 

The Hon. R/btrt Tuai £ q 
p The Hon John Winthrop, Eq f 
' The Hon. Gordon Sal'onftali", E q. 
The Hon. Jofrph Ta'cott, E'q. 

I The Hon. Jonathan Law, E r q.\ 1741 
j! The ;.Hon. Roger Woicor, Ffq. 17 51 

II The Bon. Thorm? Fitch, EK 1^54 
jj Tne Hen. WitlUm Pitkir, Efq. 1766 
|: H Excellency J >aathaa Trombui', ?-(q* - 3770 
jj H sExcell«nc> Matthew G ifwold, tfy 1784 
j| H 9 Excellency Samuel Hjjr^Ingtor, EC • 1786 

jj F<r£ D#put, -G;>v*,no" and Mi/iJhatci. 

1 of Connt&icut. 

I Pv->g?v LHlow, Efq. D<cpu?;-Gjyemof. 

j fclr. G orge Wylly?, 

1 Mr; Edward HopklfUj (S^cretar*) 

I M . Thomai Weiiei, (Treafute.) • 

I Mr. John Webrur, 

!M-. William Paslpe: ^r»7 6, 1639 

-f Sz*-: 9 Governor Winthrop who eh- 
jj /JJ»*</ f£* Ckarttr* 



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Freemen's Meeting's in the State of Con- 
necticut, as ejlablijhed by law, vi%. 

IN the counties of New- London, Windham *n& 
Tolland, on the fecond Tuefday in September. 
In the counties of Hartford, New-Haven, Fair 
field, Litchfield WM'iddlefex, on the third TueJ 
day in September. And in every town in thi 
State, on the Monday next following the ft r ft Tuef 
day in April, at Q o'clock in the morni?ig. 

The qualifications for Freemen are, that they hi 
at leaf twenty -one years of age, pojfrjfed of freehold 
eft ate to the value of ' \ofi per ann. or jT. \o per final 
eft ate in the general lift of eft at es in that year where- 
in they dtftre to be admitted Freemen ; or are pofi 
feffed of eft Ate as aforefaid, and by law excufed from 
Putting it into the lift ; and being of quiet and peace- 
able behaviour, and producing a- certificate thereof 
frcm the ftleSl men of the town that they are thus 
oualrfied, are intiiled to take the Freeman' \f oath, 
which mvft be done in open Freemen's Meeting ; but 
previous to this they mu ft have taken the oath of fi- 
delity to the ft ate. 

Lift of Civil Officers', 

His Excellency 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Esquire, 

Governor. 

The Hon. Oliver Wolcott, Efquire, 
Lieutenant-Governor. 

Assistants. 
William S. Johnfon, J William Williams, 
Jofeph Spencer, | Andrew A dams, 



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Benjamin Huntington 
Jofph Piatt Qo©k, 
Stephen M. Mitchell. 
William Hillhoufe, 



Eraitus Wolcott, 
John Treadwell, 
Jonathan Sturgis, 
John Chefter, 

(Efquires 

John Lawrence, "Efq. Treafurer. 

George Wyllys, Efq. Secretary. 



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Oliver Wolcott, jun. Efq; Comptroller of 
(public accounts 



Delegates to 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, 
James Hillhoufe, 
Jonathan Sturgis, 
John Chefter, 



Congress. 
Stephen M. Mitchell, 
Eraftus Wokott, 
Jeffe Root, 

(Efquires 



The gentlemen nominated by the votes of the 
Freemen of this ftate, Afliftants, to ftand for 
election in May, 1 7^9, as fent in to the Aj&m~ 
bly in Oftoher* 1788, are, 

Hi& Excellency Samuel Huntington, Efq. 
Honorable Oliver Wolcott, Efq. 

William S. Johnfon, 
Jofeph Spencer, 
William Williams, 
Andrew Adams, 
Benjamin Huntington, 
Jofeph P. Cook, 
Stephen M. Mitchell, 
William Hillhoufe, 
Eraftus Wolcott, 
John Treadwell, 



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A lift of the Hon. Houfe of Rcprcfentatives, cho*| 
fen in September, 1788 ; who are to continue 
fuch to the fecond Thurfday of May, 17S9* 

Count? of Hartford* 
Hartford, OoU Jeremiah Wadfworth, C apt< Jonathan Bell* 
Btrlin, Col. Gad Stanley, Gen. Selah Hart. 
Farm'mitan, Major William Judd, €ol. Ichabcd Norton* 
Granby, Capt. Pliny Hilyer. 

Enfield, Capt. Daniel Pcrkint. Col. Nathaniel Terry* 
Eafl-Wmdfor, Col. Lemuel Stoughton, Capt. Rofwell Grant 
Simjbury, Col. Noah Phelpi, Capt. Jonathan Petcibonc. 
tPttbtrifiildf Capt. John Robbing Capt. Samuel WiUiamr 
Glaftmkurj* Capt. Jofeph Mofely, Mr. Philip Sclcw* 
Ssutbington, Capt* Daniel f lopcr, Mr. Afa Barm. 
Wind/or, Gen . Roger Newberry, Capt. Henry Allyru 
Suffii/d, Mr. Afahel Hathaway, Mr,. Amoi Granger. 
Eaft-Hartford, Mf* Elirfha Pitkin, Col. Jonathan Weill* 
Brifiol, Me* Jofeph Byington. 

County of Ntm-Havt*. 
Ntw-Havsn, Mr* Jeremiah Atwater, Mr. Eliai Shipman. 
Durham, Gen. James Wadfworth, Mr Daniel Hall* 
Bjaft-Havon, Mr. Samuel Davenport* 
Guilford, Mr. John Burgii, Gen. Andrew Ward* 
Milford, Capt.Charlci Pond, Mr Gideon Buckingham* 
Walling ford, Capt. Oliver Stanley, Mr. Brinton Hall* 
North- Haven, Mr. Jofeph Picrpont* 
WoiAbridfp, Capt. Samuel O/born, Mr* Darid French* 
Bamdtn, Mr* Simeon Briftof, 
Branford, Co); Edward Ruflell, Mr. Jonah Clark' 
Cbtjbiro, Maj . Reuben Atwater, Mr. Andrew Hull* 
Derby, Capt. Daniel Holbrook, Capt. John Wooftcr* 
Wattrburj, Mr, Jofeph Hopkins, Capt* John Wei ton* 

County of &Jtw- London, 
Ntw-Lwdon, Mr. Amifa Learntd, Mr. Marvin Wait* 
Norwich, Gen, Jedidiah Huntington, (AJJifianttUrk) 

Mr. Elima Hyde. 
Lyme, Mr* William Noyct, Capt. Seth Ely. 
Franklin, Capt. Eli Hyde. 
Boxra, Capt. Nehemiah Waterman, jon* 
Cokbtftor, Mr. John Waterouf , Capt. Elijah Worfhington* 
Lijbon, Capt. Jaeob Perkins. 



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Prepon, Col. Jeremiah Halfey, Cept. Nathaniel Lord. 
Groton, Mr. Thomas N, Miles, Capt. Stephen Billings. 
Stontngton, Maj. Charlct Phelps, Capt. Sanford Billings <r 
Montville, Capt, John G. Killhoufr , 

County of-FaiifrlJ. 
Fairfield, Mr, Thaddeus Burr, Col. Elijah Abel. 
Banbury, Col. Eli Mygatt, Mr. Joftph M. White. 
New-F airfield) Mr. Eph*aim Bubb*), Mr. Stephen Barnt. 
Brookfi$ld\ Mr. Henry Peck. 

RidgifitlJ, Col. Philip B. Bradley, Maj. David Qlmftcsd* 
Reading, Mr. Lemuel Sanford, Mr. William Heron. 
Stamford, Mr. fame • Davenport, (Clerk) 

Ma}. John Davenport. 
Wefion, Capt. David Coley. 

Norwalk, Mr. Thomas Belden, Mr. Samuel C. SilKman. 
Stratford, Mr. Eli&a Mills, Capt. Nathaniel Wheeler. 
Greenwich, Mr. Amos Mead, Col. Jabtz Fitch. 
Newtown* rVfr. John Beach, Capt. Peter Nichols. 

County of Windham* 
Windham, Mr.Hezekiah Ripley, Mr* Ebentzer Devotion. 
Canterbury, Mr. Eliafhib Adams, Col. Mofee Cleveland. 
Brooklyn, Capt. Ebentzer Scarborough. 
Killinglf, Mr. Sampfon Howe, Mr. Zadock Spalding* 
Lebanon^ Col. Jonathan Trumbull, (Speaker). 

Capt. Daniel Tilden. 
Mantfitld, Mr, Conftant Southworth, Mr. Benjamin Storr*. 
Pomfret, Mr. Jonathan Randal, Capt. Jonah Sabin. 
Thompfon, Capt. Jonathan Nichols. " 
Woodftock, Mr. Charles Child, Capt. Ebeneztr Smith. 
Veluntown, Capt. Titui Bailey, Capt. Joflbua Frink. 
Plainficld, Capt. Stephen Hall, Capt. Ebenezcr Eaton; 
AJhford, Capt. William Walker, Mr. Ifaac Perkins. 
Hampton, Mr. Philip Pearl. 

County of Litchfield* 
Litchfield, Mr* Ebenezcr Marfli, Mr. Uriah Tracy? 
Btiblem, Mr. David Camp. 

Ilartknd, Mr. Thomas Bcmin, Capt. Abel Brace. 
Canaan, Mr. Samuel Forbes, Capt Charles Burral, jun. 
New-Milford, Capt* Sherman Boardman, Capt. Noble Hine. 
Oojhen, Mr. Daniel Miles, Mr. Adico Hale. 
New -Hartford, Col. Aaron Auftin, Mr. Jofiah Moore. 
Harwington, Mr. Jofeph Cook, Mr. Eli Wilfon. 



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^Norfolk, Mr. Dudley Humphrey, Maj. GHei Pettibone. 
Sharon, Capt. Ephrairn Mariner, Capt. David Downi. 
Sail/bury, Mr. Lemuel Wheeler, Capt. Samuel i<cc. 
Soutbburjf Col. Benjamin Hinman. 
I Torringto*, Mr. Eliffaa Smithy Mr. Eliphalet Eooi. 
Wajbhgton, Capt. Jonathan Farrand, Mr. Peter Sherman. 
fVatnt9Wn % Capt. Thomaa Fenn, Col. pavld Smith. 
Woodbury Mr* Daniel Sherman, Mr. David Hurd. 
ffincbifttr, Mr. Robert M« Cunc. 

CornuwUt Capt. Samuel Wadfwarth, Mr. Ebenezer Jackfon 
JCtnt f Mr. Nathan Elliot* 
rVamn, Mr. Samuel Carter. 

County of MiJJUfix. 
iMiddlitown, Mr. Afltu Miller, Mr. Elijah Hubbard 
E aft- Saddam, Gen. Dyer Throop, Capt. Eliphalet Hofmei. 
Haddam, Mr. Ezra Brainard, Capt. David Brainard; 
Killingnnrtb, Capt. Samuel Crane, Capt. Abraham Pier/on. 
\Sty- Brook, Mtj. William Hart, Capt. Samuel Sbipmao* 
\Cbatbam, Mr. Ebeneaer White, M;. Chauncey Bulkfcy. 

County of Tolland. 
\TolUnd, Col. Samuel Chapman, Col. Solomon Wilier* 
\BAon, Mr. Samu?t Carver, Mr. David Taylor. 
\Covtfttrf, Capt. Jeremiah Ripley, Capt. Eliphas Hunt. 
[ \EUingto*, Mr. Matthew Hyde. 

^Stafford, Capt. Howard Moulton, Mr. Nathan Johnfbn, juo* 
Htfn>n t Ci?t. Daniel Ingham, Maj- Samuel Gilbert. 
'Unton^ Mr. John Scflion:. 
\Somtrt, Capt. Reubtn Sikei, Co!* Abiel Peafe. 

| ffiliiffgtOTf 

Judges of the Superior Court. 
Hon. Richard Law, Efq. Chief Judge. 
Eliphalet Dyer, Efq. 1 William Pitkin, Efq. 
Roger Sherman, Efq.j Oliver Elfworth, Efq. 
George Pitkin, Efq. Clerk. 

j Civil Officers, &c. in the County of Hartford. 

Judges of the County Court 

Hpn. Eraftus Wolcott, Efq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Stephen M.Mitchel,{Mon. John Treadwell, 

*?«rrBPaWB»WMWWI U M»<W i^ » 'i i«i >i , »'l ' | i l 'T l | l Mawi«|-n i ■.rf wm i i 111 mi u mmm^vat******* 



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Thomas Seymour^ 

George Wyllys 

Juftices of 
George Wyllys, 
John Lawrence, 
Jefle Root, 
Noah Webfter, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Samuel Wyllys, 
William Mofely, 
John Robbins, 
Charles Churcheil, 
Samuel W. Williams, 
Henry Allen, 
Roger Newberry, 
James Hooker, 
Solomon Grifwold, 
Solomon Whitman, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
Ichabod Norton, 
William Judd, 
Oliver Humphrey, 
Daniel Humphrey, 
Noah Phelps, 
Elifha Graham, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Alexander King, 
John Harmon, 
Gideon Granger, 
Thaddeus Leavett, 
Edward Collins, 
Eliphalet Terry, 



Hon. John \ Cheiler, 

(Efquires. 
, efq; clerk. 

Peace, 

John Reynolds, 
Elizur Talcott, 
Jofiah Hale, 
Philip Selew, 
Elizur Hale, jun. 
John Curtifs, 
Timothy Clark, 
William Wolcott, 
Frederick Eifworth, 
Jcfeph Allen, 
John Pitkin, 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Wells, Eaft- 

{Hartford* 
Eliflia Phkin, 
Richard Pitkin, 
Alhbel Pitkin, 
Selah Hart, 
Jfaac Lee, 
Gad Stanley, 
Roger Riley, 
Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, jun. 
Jofeph Byirtgtcn, 
Afahel fiokomb, 
Ozias Pjettibone, 
Jonathan Brace, 
J ad ah Ho 'Comb, jun. 
Pbineas Sheldon, 

(Efquires. 



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■ ■' " - ■ ■ i . ■ • j. n i i ■ i .i 

Jcffe Root, efq; fate attorney* 

Praftifeng Attttrnieu J'eflfe Root, William Ni 
chols, John Trumbull, Chauncey Goodrich, Tl ©< j 
mas Y. Seymour, Oliver Wolcott, jun. Ephraimj 
Root, William Mofely, Enoch Perkins* efqulres,. 1 
Hartford; John Williams y Thomas CheffeT,efg'rs, ; 
Wether sfied\ William Judd„efq; Farmington ; Ro- 
ger Newbury ^Alexander Wolcott, efq'rs, Windfor p 
Jonathan Bruce, efq; Glafienbury \ Gideon Gran- 
ger, efq-; Nuffield ; Benjamin Faa-nh-anii efq; Simf 
bury. 

Ezekiel Williams, efq; fieriff* 

Deputy. Sheriffs. John Dodd, Ezekiel Willi- ! 
zm$, fan. Hartford, Simeon Belden, Wether sfieldX 
Roger Hooker, Farmington,. Jofeph Hale, 2d,, 
Glafienbury, David Phelps, Simjbury, William! 
Ruflell, Simeon GrifwoW, . Wind/or, Nehemiah 
Chandler, Enfivld+ 

iTown- clerkf* 
George Wyllys, efq; Hartford, 
Samuel William Williams, efq; Wether i field, 
Henry Allen,, efq; Windfor, 
Frederick Eilfworth, efq; Eafi- Windfor, 
Solomon Whitman* efq; Farmington, 
Mr. Sylveiler Wells, Berlin, 
John Curtifs, efq; Southington, 
Mr. Jonathan Stanley, £.«/- Hartford, 
Benjamin Farnham, efq; Simfoury, 
Alexander King,, efq; Sufiield, 
Edward Collins, efq; Enfield, 
Jofiah Hale* efq; G'l nfitnb ury , 
David Byin«con, efq; Brifif, 
Mr. Judah Holcomb, Granby* 



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4| '2ivil Officers, &c. in tiie County of New -Haven. 

Judges o£ the County Court. 
Hon. James Wadfworth, Efq. Chief Judge, 
Samuel Bifhop, J Andrew Ward, 

Jofeph Hopkins, Gideon Buckingham, 

(Efquires 
Jofeph William Whiting, efq. clerk. 



Juftices of 
James Wadfworth, 
Daniel Lyman, 
David Auftin, 
Charles Chauncey, 
Timothy Jones, 
Henry Dagget, 
Nehemiah Smith, 
Ephraim Strong, 
Lewis Mallett, 
Stephen Gunn, 
Eliphalet Hotchkifs, 
Thomas Clark, 

John Humphry, 

Ezra Bronfon, 
John Welton, 
.Oliver Stanley, 

Eliakim Hall, 

Caleb Cook, 

Street Hall, 

David Hall, 

Samuel Whiting* 

Daniel Hall, 

Simeon Parfons, 

Jdin Burgifs, 



Peace. 

Thomas Burgifs,, jun 

Auguftirs Collins, 

Wiliiam Starr, 

Elias Graves, 

William Gould, 

Edward Ruffell, 

Ebenezer Ruffell, 

Jonah Clark, 

William Monro* 

Reuben Atwater, 

Samuel Beach, 

John Peck, 

Thomas Darling, 
John Dibble, 
David French, 
Jofia-h Bradley, 
Simeon Briftol, 
BazilMurifon, 
John Hubbard, 
Thomas Mansfield, 
Jofeph Pierpoint, 
Jofeph Darling, 
Samuel Davenport, 
Brenton Hall, Efy'rs. 



Charles Chauncey, efq. Jlate attorney.. 
Praftifing Attornies. Charles Chauncey, 



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poiat Edwards, J. mea irhlihoufe, Mark: Leaven 
orth, William Hiiihoufe, Elizur Goodrich, Dye? 
White, Abraham Bifhop, Simeon Baldwin, Da- 
vid Daggett, efquires, New- Haven ; Oliver Stan- 
ley, Samuel Woodruff, efquires, W ailing for d \ Na- 
thaniel Roffetter, efq; Guilford, 

Jonathan Fitch* efq. Jheriff. 
Deputy -jheriffs. Abraham Auger, Jonas Pren- 
tice, Peter Woodward, John R. Throop, New- 
Haven ; *■ ■ - Scran turn, Guilford. 

Abraham Auger, goaler. 

Foivn-clerfo* 
Samuel Biftiop, efq; Neiv- Haven 9 
Mr. Amos Perkins, Woodbridge % 
Jofiah Bradley, efq; Eafl- Haven , 
Jofeph Pierpont, efq; Nortb-Havin, 
Simeon Briftol, efq; Hantden, 
Mr. JSlifha Whittlefey, jun. Wallingford, 
Simeon Parfons, efq; Durham, 
Thomas Burgifs, efq; Guilford, 
John Humphreys, efq; Derby* 
Gideon Buckingham, efq. Milford, 
Samuel Beach, efq. CbeflAre, 
Capt. William Leavenworth, Waterlury, 
Col. Edward Ruflell, Bradford. 



Civil Officers, Sec. in the County of New-London. 

Judges of the County Court. 
Hon. William Hiiihoufe, Efq. Chief Judge. 
Elilha Lathrop, Charles Pheip*, 

William Noyes, Benjamin Coit, 

(Efquires. 
Winthrop Salt n (tall, efq. clerk. 



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Jitjlices of Peace. 


Hon. M .it. Grifvvold, 


William Williams, j 


Samuel Coit, 


Jofhua Bibcock, 


Marvin Wait, 


William D. nifon, 


Timothy Green, 


Elijah Palmer, 


Jofhua Coit, 


Jolhua Prentice, 


GrifwolJ Avery, 


Ebenezer Ledyard, f 


David Mumford, 


Amos Prentice, \ 


Jafeph Harrifs, 


Thomas N. Niles, 


John Demon, 


Amos Geer, 


Thomas Shaw, 


Thomas Avery, 


Amafa Learned, 


Stephen Billings, 


Jeremiah G. Brainerd 


Charles Eldriuge. jun. 


Simon Tracy, 


John Lay, 


Elijah Backus, 


Ezra Selden, 


Chrifto. LefRngwell, 


Richard Wait, jun. 


Samuel Tracy, 


Seth Ely, ; 


Rafus Lathrop, 


Andrew Grifwold, 


Sam'l Leffingwell, 


M arm field Parfons, 


Jonath. Huntington, 


t John Watroas, 


John M. Breed, 


Daniel Foot, 


Andrew Tracy, 


Elias Worthington, 


Benj. Huntington, jn 


Afa Foot, ' 


Samuel Mott, 


Jofeph Imam, jun. 


R jbert Crary, 


David KUborii, 


John Tyler, 


Neh. Waterman, jun. 


Jeremiah Hal fey, 


# Ebenezer Hartihorn, 


John Avery, jun. 


John Barker, 


Jabez Fitch, 


Eli Hyde,^ 


Jonathan B/ewfter, 


John Perkins, 


Elias Brown, 


Jofhua Raymond, 


John Williams, 


Jonathan Latimer, 


Nathaniel Miner, 


John G. Hillhoufe, 


Jonathan Palmer, jun. 


Jeremiah Miller, 



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(Latham Hull, Benjamin Throop, 

Henry Champion, jun. | (Efquires. 

Hon. Benjamin Huntington, efq; ft ate attorney. 
Praclifing Attornies. Stephen Babccck, Mar- 
vin Wait, Jofhua Coit, David Wright, Jeremiah 
;G. Brainard, efquires, New-London ; Benjamin 
;Huntington, Afa Spalding, Jonathan Friibie, 
Elifha Hyde, Roger Grifwold, Henry Hunting, 
jton, Samuel Huntington, 3d, efquires, Norwich ; 

(Nathaniel Minor, efq; Stonington ; Eliflia Wil- 
liams, — — Allen, efquires, Groton ; Jeremiah 
Halfey, Nathan Peters, efquires, Prefton ; Willi- 
ram Townfend, Charles Bulkley, 2d. efquires, 
l Colcbefter ; Matthew Grifwold, jun. efq; Lyme. 

Jedidiah Huntington, efq; Jheriff. 
Deputy -Jheriffs. Stephen Maynard, New-Lon- 
\don ; Elijah Bingham, Lyme ; Afa Worthington, 
(Montville. 

Goalers. 
Ebenezer Douglas, New- London, 
Ebenezer Punderfon, Norwich. 

^own-clerks. 
Mr. John Owen, New-London, 
Benjamin Huntington, jun. efq; Norwich, 
John Lay, efq; Lyme, 
Charles Eldridge,jun. efq; Groton, 
Peleg Chefebrough, efq; Stonington, 
John Watrous, efq; Cole heft er y 
Mr. Daniel Morgan, jun Prefton, 
Mr. John Raymond, jun. Montville, 
Mr. Hezekiah Burnham, LiJbon y 
Mr. Ebenezer Backus, Bozra, 
Eli Hyde, efq; Franklin* 



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Civil" Officers, &c. in the County of Fairfield* 

Judges of the County Court, 
Hon. Abraham Davenport, Efq. Chief Ju^ 



Hon. Jofeph P. Cook, 
John Chandler 



Lemuel Sandibrd, 
Philip Burr Bradley, 
(Efquires. 
David Burr, efq; clerk. 



Juftices of 
Abraham Davenport, 
Robert Fairchild, 
Daniel Judfon, 
Robert Walker, 
Elifha Mills, 
Abijah M'Ewen, 
Daniel Fairchild, 
Abraham Brinfmadc, 
Abijah Stirling, 
Daniel Bennet, 
Agur Judfon, 
David Wells, 
Daniel Morfe, 
Jofeph Strong, 
Gold S. Silliman, 
Samuel Squire, 
Andrew Rowland, 
Ebenezer Jeffup, 
George Burr, 
Gerfhom Hubbell, 
Thaddeus Berts, 
Eliphalet Lockwood, 
Clapp Raymond, 
Matthew Mead, 
Samuel C. Silliman, 
Jo- 1 ; Davenport, ja*^. 



Peace. 

James Davenport, 
Charles Webb, 
Reuben Sco'field, 
John Mead, 
Amos Mead, 
Jabez Fitch, 
John M'Kay, 
Benjamin Mead, 
Samuel Olmftead, 
John Benedict, 
Daniel Cooley, 
Eii Mygatt, 
Daniel Taylor, 
Thaddeus Benedict, of 

(1) anbury* 
Thomas Taylor, 
Nehemiah Beardflcy, 
James Patten, 
Zaccheus Towner, 
Alexander Stewart, 
John Beach, 
Jabez Botsford, 
William Edmunds, 
Henry Peck, 
Stephen Betts, 



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Thaddeus Benedict, of\ Thomas Belden, 



(Reading, 
Samuel Wakeman, 
Daniel Duncan, 



Hezekiah Rogers, 
Timothy Ruggles, 
(Efquires. 

Gold Selleck Silliman, efq; ftate attorney, 

Praclifing Attomies. Gold Selleck Silliman, 
Jonathan Srurgis, Andrew Rowland, JofepK Noyes, 
DuJley Baldwin, David Burr, efquires, Fairfield ; 
Thomas Fitch, Taylor Sherman, efquires, Nor-] 
v.ilk ; Charles Johnfon, Jofeph Walker, efquires, 
Strafford ; Eiifha Whittlefey, efq; Danbury ; 
Thaddeus Benedict, Samuel Seth Smith, efquires, 
Reading ; William Edmond, Nehemiah Strong, 
efquires, Newtown ; John Davenport, efq; Strat- 
ford ; William A. Thompfon, efq; Greenwich. 

Elijah Abel, efq; fheriff. 
Deputy-jheriffs. David Maltbie, Zachariah 
Lyon, Aaron Morehoufe, Matthew Reed, David 
Beers, Amos Hait, leffe Benedict. 

Jeffe Benedict, goaler. 

Town- clerks, 
Nathan Bulkley, efq; Fairfield, 
Mr. Mofes Taylor, Danbury, 
Robert Fairchild, efq; Stratford, 
Mr. Sanauel Grummond, Norwalk* 
Mr. John Hait, jun. Stamford, 
Jabez Fitch, Greenwich. 
Mr. Benjamin Smith, Ridgfidd, 
Caleb Baldwin, efq; Newtown, 
Mr. Amos Hubbill, New- Fairfitid, 
Lemuel Saaford, efq; Reading, 
Mr. Nathan Wheeler, Weflon, 
Mr. Elijah Starr, Brookfold. 



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Civil Officers, Sec. in the County of Windham. 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. William Williamr, Efq. Chief Judge. 
Thomas Grofvenor, 
James Gordon, 



Rbenezer Devotion, 
Con&ant Southworth 



Samuel Gray, cfq; clerk. 



(Efquires. 



Jitftices 
Jedidiah Elderkin, 
Hezekiah BifTell, 
Hezekiah Manning, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Jonathan Trumbull* 
John Clark, 
James Pineo, jun. 
Elkanah Tifdale, 
Peleg Thomas, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Afahel Clark, 
James Bradford, 
Elifha Perkins, 
William Dixon, 
Andrew Backus, 
John Douglas, 
Jofhua Dunlap, 
David Payne, 
Sherebiah Butt, 
Afa Witter, 
Daniel Froir, 
Allen Campbell, 
Jofeph Wylie, 
Robert Dixfon, 
Samuel Craft, 



of Peace. 

John Williams, 
John Salter, 
Experience Storrs, 
JefTc Williams, 
Samuel Thorn pfon, 
Benj. Chaplin, jun. 
Elifha Child?, 
Jedidiah Morfe, 
Nathaniel Marcey, 
Benjamin Sumner, 
Benjamin Clark, 
Ifaac Perkins, 
Simeon Smith, 
William Danielfcn, 
Sampfon Howes 
Simon Learned, 
Jafon Phips, 
Thomris D)ke, 
Jofeph Baker, 
Seth Pa^ne, 
Ebenezer Mofely, 
Ifaac Bennett, 
Jofeph Scai borough, 
Zephaniah^Swift, 

(Efquires 



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Hezekiah BiiTell, efq. y?£2/^ attorney. 

PraSl'fing Attornies. Hezekiah BiffelJ, Timo- 
thy Larrabee, Jabez Clark, Zephaniah Swift, 
Thomas Badger, (juvenis) Lebbeus Larrabce, 
(juvenis) efquires, Windham ; Elkanah Tifdale, 
efq; Lebanon ; Conftant Southworth, jun. (juvenis) 
efq; Mansfield ; John M'CIellan, (juvenis) efq; 
Wocdjlock ; David BiffelJ, efq; Pom/ret ; William 
Dixfon, efq; Plainfield; Elifha Paine, Mofes Cleve- 
land, John Parim, (juvenis) Jedidiah Johnfon>(do.) 
efquires, Canterbury ; Tho's Stedman, (juvenis) 
q{q x ; Hampton* 

Shubael Abbe, efq. ficriff. 

Deputy -fherijfis. Edmund Badger, Alfred Ek 
derkin, Windham ; Eleazer Con ant, Mansfield ; 
Benjamin Hubbard, Pomfiret ; Lemuel Dorrance, 
Vcluntoixn ; Walter Hough, Canterbury. 

Phineas Abbe, goalcr. 

Town- clerks. 

Hezekiah Ripley, efq; Windham, 

William Williams, efq; Lebanon, 

Conftant Southworth, efq; Mansfield, 

Mr. Jofiah Boyles, Ajhford, 

Jedidiah Morfe, efq; IVocdfiock, 

Mr. Jofiah Sabin, Pom/ret, 

Scth Paine, efq; Brooklyn, 

Mr. J^cobDrefier, Thomp/99^ 

Sampfon Howe, efq; KHirgley,. 

Mr. Berjamin Dow^, Folnntc^wn, 

Mr. William Robinfon, Flaivfiela, 

Mr. Gideon Welles, Canterbury, 

Mr. Thomas Stedman, Hampton. 



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Civil Officers, &c. in the County or Litchfield. 


i 

V 


Judges of the 


County Court, 




Hon. Daniel Sherman, Efq. Chief Judge, 




Jcfhua Porter, 


Jedidiah Strong, 




Samuel Canfleld > 


He man Swift, 


' 




(Efq in res. 




Ifaac Baldwin, efq; clerk. 




Jufues i 


•)f Peace. 




D'miel Sherman, 


Nathan Hale, 




Ifaac Baldwin, 


Giles Petiibone, 




David Welch, 


Hofea Wilcox, 




Reuben Smith, 


Dudley Humphrey, 




Abraham Bradley, 


Samuel NaiTi, 


; 


Tapping Reeve, 


Afaph Hall, 




Jkmes Marriis, j in. 


Eli (ha Sill, 




D-svid Hurd, 


Judah Kellogg,, 




Hezskiah Thompfon. 


John Pierce, 




Benjamin Hinmari, 


Edward Rogers, 




Edward Hinman, 


Jurlus Sacket, 




Abel Hine, 


Eleazer Curtifs, 




Sherman Boardman, 


Daniel N. Brinfmade, 




Daniel Everit, jun. 


John Whiide/ey, 




Nathan Elliott, 


Oliver Parmely, 




Jethro Match, 


David AmbJer, 




Jedidiah HubSel, 


Thomas Matthews, 




Daniel Grifwold, 


Thomas Fenn, 




David Downs, 


David Smith, 




Ifaac Parde, 


Daniel Potter, 




Loct Norton, 


Daniel Cadin, jun. 




Adonijah Strong, 


Mark Prindle, 




Charles Burrall, V 


Epaphras Shelden, 


■ 


Blilha Baker, 


Shubael Grifwold, 




Samuel Fori?, 


Seth Smith, 





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Aaron Auihn, jun. 
Eliphaz Aivcrd, 
Elijah Rockwell, 
Joieph Welder, 
Eleazer Enfign, 
Uriel Holmes, 



Ralph Pomeioy, 
Eiifha Smith, 
Daniel Miles, 
Samuel Lee, 
George Catlin, 

(Efquires. 



Tapping Reeve, efq; fiate attorney. 
^PraBiflng Aitornku Andrew Adams, Tap- 
ping Reeve* Ifaac Baldwin, jun. Ephraim Kirby, 1 
(Uriah Tracy, John Allen, Samuel Marfh, efq'rs, 
Litchfield ; Edward Hinman, Benjamin Stiles* 
j.m. efquires, Southbury ; Hezekiah Thompfon, 
jNathan Prefton, Nathaniel Smith, efq'rs, Wood,[ 
\bury ; Dudley Humphrey, t(q; Norfolk ; Daniel 
[Everitt, Samuel Boftwick, Nicholas S. Matters, 1 
: efquires, New M/lfcrd; A don ij ah Strong, Chaun- 1 
[cey Lee, cfq'rs, Salifbury\ Daniel N. Brinfmade, 1 
efq; Wojhington ; Eli Curtifs, efq; Wafer town •> 
■Judfbn Canfield, John C. Smith, Jonathan Gil- 
bert, jun. efquires, Sharon ; Uriel Holmes, efq; 
[N>w Hartford ; John Elmore, efq; Canaan ; Tho- 
mas R. Geld, efq; Cornwall. 

Lynde Lord, efq; foeriff. 
Deputy -perils. Alexander Catlin, Lynde Lord, 
jun. Litcirfmld\ Amos Clark, Bethlehem \ David 
Whittlefey, Wafhington ; Ebenczer Baldwin, New- 
Milford ; Try ai Tanner, Cornwall; James Jk>hn- 
fon, Salfiury, 

Fowl- clerks. 

J rd id i ah Strong, efq; Litchfield, 

Mr. Na f han Prefton, lFood.bury> 

Mr. EHfha Boftwick, New- Milford, 

Daniel GrilViOld, efq; Sharov, 

Judah Kellogg, efq; Cornwall, 



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Daniel N. Brinfmadc, efq; Wajhington, 
Mr. Mofes H nvley, Bethlehem, 
Samuel Nafh, eiq; Gofien, 
Epaphras Sheldon, efq; Tcrrington, 
Mr. Aner Bradley, Watertown, 
Mr. Benajah Dou^lafs, Canaan, 
Daniel Catlio, jun. efq; H.trwinton^ 
M'. Jofeph Merrills, 2d. New Hartford, 
Mr. Afa Hutchinfon, Salfbury, 
Ehphaz Aivord, efq; Winchejler, 
Hofea Wilcox, efq; Norfolk. 



Civil Officer?, &c. in the County of MiddJefex. 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. Dyar Throop, Efq Cnief Judge, 



Hez kiah Brainerd, 
Ebenezer White, 

(Efquircs. 
Stephen Titus. Hofmer, efq; clerk. 

Juftices. of Peace* 

Juftus Buck, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Jedidiah Chapman, 
William Hart, 
Samuel TuJJey, 
Hezekiah Lane* 
George Elliott, 
Job Wright, 
Abraham Pierfon, 
Martin Lord, 
Jabez Chapman, 
Tiimthy Gates, 
Ifrael Spencer, 



Matthew Talcott, 
John Dlckinfon, 



Dyar Throop, 
Jabez Hamlin, 
Nathaniel Chauncey, 
Philip Mprtimer, 
Elijah Tied way, 
Comfort Sage> 
Jfaac Miller, 
After MiUer, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Jofeph Brooks, 
Nehemiah Brainerd, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainerd, 



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John Perceval, Jori zihm Penfield, 

David Sage, Sarnal W. Dana, 

J^feph D.irt, Wijlian- Morgan, 

John Clark, Ifaac Spenur, jun. 

(E %uires. 
Airier Miller, eiq. ftate attorney. 
. Praiiijing Attomies. Ailier Miller, Sam re! 
W. Dana, Ezekie! Woodruff: Stephen Til as Hof 
roe.-, Matthew Talcott Rt ffel, William Brown 
Joihua Hen fh-aw, William Plumbe, efq -.?ires, Mid 
dleto<wn ; Jonathan Ogden Mofely, Daniel Chap 
man, Jared Spencer, efquires, Eaft-Haddam , 
Theodore D wig lit, Had dam. 

William Walter Parfon-fr, Jheriff. 
Deputy-Jheriffs, Samuel Caniield, Zachariah 
Chapman, Nathan Willcox, Bryaa Parmele, Da 
niel Smith. 

^Tovon clerks, 
Mr. Bezalee! Fifk, Middktonvn, 
Jonathan Penfield, efq. Chatham, 
Nehemiah Brainerd, efq, Haddam, 
Timothy Gates, efq. Eaft.Haddam r 
Samuel T alley, efq. Say-Brook, 
Abraham Pierfon, efq. Killing^worth, 

Civil Officers, &c. in the County of Tolland. 

Judges of the Ccuniy Court, 

Hon. Samuel Gilbert, Efq. Chief Judge. 
Jeremiah Ripley, Solomon Wills, 

Reuben Sikes, | John Phelps, Efq'rs. 

Ephralm Grant, jun. efq. clerk, 
J up ices of Peace. 
Samuel Gilbert, | Samuel Chapman, 



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Jeremiah Wen, 
Samuel Carver, 
Ichabod Warner, 
Elijah While, 
Ephraim Root, 
Abraham Burnap, 
Ephraim Kingfbury, 
Daniel Ekfvvorlh, 
Matthew Hyde, 
Elijah Kellogg, 
* Eiihu Marvin , 



iJei'jcvni in Bueil, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Thomas Pitkin, 
Ifaac Penney, 
Ifaac Foot, 
Jeff* Cady, 
Solomon Wales, 
John Seffions, 
Seth Crocker, 
Samuel Danton, 
Timothy Du'.ton, 

(Efquire^. 

Sylvefter Gilbert, efq; fiaie attorney, 
PraSiifing Attomies. Sylveiter Gilbert, efq; He- 
bron ; Samuel Whutlefey, Jonathan Barnes, ef- 
quires, Tolland ; Elias Buell, Jofeph Huntington, 
jun. efquires, Coventry. 

Elijah Chapman, jun, efq. Jhzriff. 
Deputy -Jheriffs . E b e r Rob i nfc n , Tolla nd ; Joh n 
I Gilbert, Hebron ; Jeffe Con vers, Stafford* 
Town-clerks* 
Mr. Benoni Shepherd, Tolland, 
Mr. John Hale, Coventry, 
Syl verier Gilbert, efq. Hebron, 
Elijah White, efq. Bolton, 
Matthew Hide, efq. Ellington, 
Mr. Zerah Kibhee, Somers, 
Mr. Samuel Blodget, Stafford, 
Mr, Elijah Holt, Willington, 
Mr. John Hunt, Union. 



Courts <?/* Probruc in the State ^Connecticut. 

Diftrift of C Roger Newberry, efq; judge, 
Hartford, \ Jonathan Bull, efq; clerk, 



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Farming} on, 
Sim/bury , 

Eaft-Windfor, 

New -Haven, 
Water bury, 

Wallingford, 
Guilford, 

New -London, 
Norwich, 
Stonington, 
Fairfield, 
Stanford, 
D anbury, 
Stratford, 
Windham, 
Pomfret, 
Plaitifield, 



C John Treadwell, efq; judge, 
\ Mr. Martin Rail, clerk. 
f Noah Phelps, efq; judge, * 
I Mr. Amherit Phelps, clerk. 
| ErailuR Wolcott, efq; judge, 
\ Mr.Eraftus Wolcott, jun. clerk. 

{Samuel Bifaop, efq; judge, 
Jofeph W. Whiting, efq; clerk. 
f Jofeph Hopkins, efq; judge, 
I Mr. jeiTe Hopkins, clerk. 
f Oliver Stanley, efq; judge, 
I Mr. HunMunfon, cleik. 
C Edward Ruffell, efq; judge, 
( Col. John Elliott, clerk. 

{William Hilihoufe, efq; judge, 
Jofhua Coit, efq; clerk. 
{Jedidiah Huntington, efq; judge. 
Mr. Andrew Huntington, clerk. 
C Charles Phelps, efq; judge, 
\ Mr. John Denifon, 3d. clerk. 
C Jonathan Sturges, efq; judge, 
{ Mr. Lewis Burr Sturges, clerk. 
f Abraham Davenport, efq; judge. 
\ James Davenport, efq; clerk. 
C Jofeph Piatt Cook, efq; judge. 
\ Mr. Jofeph Piatt Cook, jn. clerk. 
? Robert Fairchild, efq; judge. 
\ Robert Walker, efq; clerk . 
C William Williams, efq; judge. 
( Mr. Tiioma3 Williams, clerk. 
J Thomas Grcfvcnor, efq; judge, 
\ Lemuel Grcfvenor, clerk. 
J ohn Douglafs, efq; judge, 
\ ames Gordon, efq; clerk. 



Litchfield, { ° live - r Wokotf ' 



Sharon, 



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Mr. Frederick Wolcott, clerk. 
Jolhua Porter, efq; judge. 



New-MU/ord, { Samuel Canfield > e % J ud 8 e > 
Woodbury, \ Danid Sherman > e % J ud g e - 
Norfolk, \ GileS Pettibone > ef 1' J uJ 8 e ' 

M*. W) j S be p H T U , n R e <[ q; J , Ud , ge ' 
' I Mr. Bezalcel riik, derk. 

^-//*^,(|f Pf s P en Q cer ' «g» r d .8 f ' 

•* 'J Mr. jared Spencer, clerk. 

Say-Brook, \ Hezekiah L'ane, efq; judge, 



Stafford, 



Lane, clerk, 
j Ifaac Finney, efq; judge* 
{ John Phelps, efq; clerk. 



CORPORATIONS.. 

City of Nfw-Havek, 
Hon. Roger Sherman, efq; mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Samuel Bifhop, efq. j David Anflin, efq. 
Thomas Howell, efq, Timothy Jones, efq. 

Capt. John R. Throop, 1 &*jj§k 
Capt. Peter Woodward, y 
Mr. Jbfcph W. Whiting, clerk of city court. 
Mr. Jofiah Meigs, city clerk. 

City cf New-Lon don». 
Hon. Richard Law, efq. mayor.. 



] John Demon, cfq. 
ffiavi ' 



Aldermen. 



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WisthropSaItonftai!,efq. 

~~s Shaw, cfq. 
of the city court, 



id Mum ford, efq. j Thomas Shaw, c/q. 
David Wright, efq. clerk 
Maj. William Richards, 1 ^ 
Mi\ J.oftiua Hem piled,' y 
Mr, John Owen, city clerk* 
Mr. Guy Richards,, city treafureov. 

City of Hartfsrd. 

Thomas Seymour, efq, mayor 

Aldermen 



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(Jeremiah Wadfworth, eiq; 

'.Samuel Wyllys, cfq; 

Mr. [ames Wells, 1 

Mr. Daniel Skinner, jiin. J 

William Adam^, efq; clerk. 



Jonathan Bull, efq; 
jefle Root, efq; 



fherifrV 



lA&er Miller, efq. 
pjimh Hubbard, efq 



City of MiDDLETOWN. 

Hon, f AiiEZ Hamlin, efq; mayor,. 
Aldermen. * 

j George Phillips, efq.. 
iq. j Comfort Sa^e, efq. 
Mi. Robe;! W*m*U \ ^yj- 
f- Mr. SanSu^ Canfcerd, j ( , 

Mr. Bfeckiit Woodruff, city clerk, 

City of Norwich. 
i. Benjamin Hu ni i ngton, efq. mayor 
Aloe; men. 
licet Huntingtonj efq. j &ttfh* *W c '"i- r 
pphraixa&n^?: : I Aaanah XatWo E > cfq. 

Mr. MurKlator Tracv , j LftiB 
if Mr.' Rcabouy Ccw-nt, j o 

i Beni. Huntington, ju». eiq, elk. -of city -cour 

J 1 * . -*if-"'-f -*_ ~ .£». »» .<.-.- . . ^.. ■ o.jm i «u /want r» 






?Jc r A R I E S. P UCLIC, 

New-London, Joihua Coit, efq. 

New- Haven, > Elizur Goodrich, efq. 

F airfield, Lewis Burr Sajrges^ efq. 

Norwich, Dudley Woodbridge, efq. 

Middle! own, Stephen Titus Hd'mcr, efq. 



Naval-Officers for the jea ports. . 

New -London, Elijah Backus, efq. 

Ncw-Ha-ven, Jonathan Fitch, efq, 

Middle town, Hon. jab ez Hamlin, efq. 

Norwich, Chriftopher Leffingwe.il, efq. 

Stonington, Jonathan Palmer, jun. efq. 

Norwalk, Thomas Fitch, efq. 



: Collectors of Excife in the State, if G^titfftictitil 

Hartford County, Jonathan Bail, efq*. 

Ne w~ Hwen, do. David AurHn, efq, 

Ntw-Lvndon^ do. Mr. Ebenezer Buihnell. 

Fairfield, do. Mr. William Edmund. 

Windham r do. Col. Ebenezer Gray. 

Litihfield, do. Abraham Bradley, efq. 

Mid^lefex,, do. Col. Jabez Chapman. 

Tolland, do. \ r ir. Stephen Stiu. an. 



IGLLECVORS tif flat* taxti fir ?bi z J}attiftyzrii€Lxuti 
for tbi yean 1787; and iySS* x;;3. 
1787, j 7 8S. 

dJhforfL Lt. }o<«ph"B<ir£h"am.. 8iff4f6hf| SttJow. 

B/icv, J0&U4 Tako'tt, juo« Oi'.vsr K ng. 

Branfoia, Solomon Ty'cr, Sttpihtn Whlvmr-.. 

Srj^*/, Judah &;rn*s, j^ob BjUfroUl&tw^ 

i>trlif } . Jonathan Zfti&$n, jon^ihtn Liidtn*. 

Bc&ab, fabia. Hough* jttfl«, Tfcfli Abd. 

Bruktyns, Ptsteir Pik*. £*£attetr Scarborough* 

Bttb.l'b 7ti) ■ ■ » ' ' » i i r i , ■■ * ■■■■■■. , G7v ? «0D t vec-u. 

oxttniy, Ricua d Hilf, jun. Capt. M«ti}ar.;el Ro - 1. 



C 36 T_ 

173s. 

[Ctfs&r^erp, Walter Hough, Witter Hough. 

|C(3i!dii>r, N> than' el Sttt till, Oharfci Burtell, jun. 

Wbatbaw, Jcfeph White, Jcfsph White. 

\Cornwcit, 1 ** ■%[ Tanner, T*yal Tanner* 

C:lchtfitr y Da^ie! Watrout* Dtnid Watroui^jun. 

Cbtjfare, Andrew Hui*, Selden Spencer. 

Bu^ba*, Abahtm Scr^ntorn, John Johufon, jun. 

Dtnburji Jofefh Mnfa White* Jofeph Mo fa Waite. 

Derby* Kibem sh Cahdee, B-tr.jamlr. D^vir*. 

EJ} Had dam, Timothy Chapman, Ichamer Hji?'ey.*_ 
-E^/? Windfor* Sska-inen, Seisft mm. 

tifitid> Nh 5 mi ah Chandler, JfaiC Kibbce. 

£tf# Hartford ilk-hard Pitkin jun. Thecdoie Pitkin. 
Ejfflpmjw j r.hn McCray, Hez<k'sh JtuOUf.. 

£*/*■ Hav*a t Edmund Bradley, Pnilcmon Auger. 
fmrfdifik. diftriaj UM E bbim, 7 f . B;fcbIrSi 
,jn.$ 



F*ifidu{N,d* )Natbaa Whaler, j 
Farmi*gtot* 9 f.onn M'r, 
Franklin, Ei'fha Tracer, 
Grcen%vk&, Andrew Mead, 
Grotcn, William A Morgan, 
^-fajfinbury, George TJcott, 
G J ford. Huoker Bartktt, 
Gojhs\ Adino H*'e, 
Granly, -. ■ - ■ ■ ■ ■« ■■ ■ 

jjjf/Vir/W, Daniel .Skinni',. 

iHibrwy j h* G"lb.-:f, 

\Hdd.law, ^anial "m«tb, jun. 

tj^fWi><-.«f, jLcwJi Rutland, 

\Hur.!a*d, John Treat, 

\\HjmJ.ff, Joel Goodyear, 



Juhs Mhg 
AzaH&fa Huntington. 
Andrew Mead. 
Simeon A%err. 
Ab?*ham Sk!nner, jun; 
Timothy Baldwin. 
Adino Hale. 
Daniel Hoicomb. 
Cha lea WebfU'. 
John Gilbert jun. 
Porter Brooki. 
Eli Wilifon. 
Aaro'i Bar«t. 
TmcthyBiOVtt. 
Phkip Pearl. 



K'Utegfy, C*$z* James Danielfon, J?fe ; h Adam? 



AT, hfigwortb, ElJfha Lan*-, 
K»t!> T'nmthy St. Johr r 
Lebjnon, Dcnic! TiL'rn, 
Lit cb fill, Da* id Stoddard, 
Lyme, Cipt. Se»h Smith . 
r - : fi' n 9 John Kin/man, 
Milfordy Theddeua Netrlcton, 
MiJtiU'otort, Jo/sb S?ock?np, 



NVhiri Willccr. 
Timo'hj St. John. 
J,cob Clark. 
Samuel Styrr.cur. 
Capt. Seth SnVth. 
J hn KLtnfman. 
1 h-ddfui Nettltton. 
Jcztb Stocking. 



5ft 



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aU 



K*ntfii!d> Jehitl Storrt, 



1788. 
Renjim'n Sto rt. 
Atwell Chape!. 
John R. Throop. 
[eel Bi*ktflcy. 
Benjamin Peekingham, 
Jofiah Moore 



Men Hainn% P*ter johnfor, 

Mrfi> Ww, Jonathan TuttJf, 

New Milford, Ifaac DJmttot . 

N$v> Hartford, Dudley Cai>, 

Ni*e-L ndon, Capt. Rich'd DougUft/jVIsj. William Richardi 

NorwLb, Mundator T'»«7> E ^5 Ca P*- Bel a Petk. 

Nortvali, Stephen Lockwood, Abrahan* G egory. 

Ni& FairJiiU t Gideon Fear<ifley,jn. Uxiel Hungerford; 

Ntxv Tout!, Abraham Baldwin, Abraham Bildwi 

Norfolk, Cape. Samuel Mille. 

Plai*fitld, Jonathan Hammit, 

Prtft.r, Capt. Ifaac Atcry, 

Pomfrtt, Nathan Paine, 

Readings Capt. Andrew Lane Hl! f , Simeon Monger 

Ridgfitld f Jafpe? Meac*, Capt. Nathan Daochey, 

Stoningt*n 9 Benadam Wiiliami, Benadam Williamr. 

Symftu>f'v*pt. David Phelpr, Capt. Datid Phefpi, 

Syn/bury (N diftriB) Dan'l Holcemb, 



Capt. E» jah Phelji. 
Jonathan Hammit. 
Afofcs Tyle% 

Capt Elijah Wiiliami. 



Sujfitid, Benjamin Sbcldon, 
Sfoijbvy, Jamei Johnfor, 
Strttfetd, Jofeph Cunif*, jun, 
Staffod, J mti Convex f , 
Say Brook, Jacob Chalker, 
Stamford, John Hait, jun. Efq. 
Sbartn, Paul Smith, 
Somtrtf Samuel Fobe , 
Soutbington, Scth Ltwif, 



Tolland, T'm^thy Benton, 
Torrhgton, Eliphalet Eno», 
Tbtmfin, Jonathan Ruffe I!, 
Union, Edward Fofter, 
\Vjluntvwn, Thrmai Gordrn, 
\1V*t}*TiJi*ld, Daniel Warner, 
JV'tndbam, Eltfha Abbce, 



Thomas Sheldon. 
Timothy Chittenden, jn. 
Jofeph Cur lift, jun. 
Jonathan Johnfon. 
William Chapmar, jun. 
John Hair, jun. Ef<> 
Andrew Young; 
JifiabHall, jun. 
Nathan Lewi*, jua. 
Silaa Hicock. 
Jabe* Weft. 
Caleb L;min. 
WiUiam Dwight. 
Nathaniel Scffioni. 
Thomar Gordon. 
Appleton Robb'na. 
J*fon Gager« 



y WaHrbuTy, Capt. Benjamin Upfon, William Ltavcnfworth. 
rTallingfird, EliakTqn Hall, jun. ElukTm Ha!J, jun. 
W-ndfoT) Kezekiah Latt*m*r, Levi Haydon. 
, Wwdfoch, Jonet>an Mo: fy, Phineaa Walker. 



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i 7 8 7 . 

tVilUngton, EHiha Juhnfon, 
fVoedbury, Philo JuJfon, 
iPajbington, Samatl Bryani 
fVattrtaivn, Ely th Wood ware?, 
fVincbspr, C&pt. Rczsl Cot, 
JPocdbridgt, Nathaniel Tufclt, 
Warrer, Ephraim Tanner, 
2ttj?:», , , 



1788. 
Ztbcduh Marc/, 
* J hito Judfon. 
Samuel £iy an. 
Elijah Woodward. 
Samuel Hurl but. 
Eltjah Ps k'ce. 
Btaoni Carter. 
<Nithan Whcelar. 



MILITI A. 



•H IS E X C E L L E N C Y 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Efq. 

Captain General and Commander in Chief of the 
military Forces in the State of Connecticut. 

Hon . 1 &v e n W© lcott, Efquire, lieu tenan t - 
General. 

John Keyes, Efquire, Adjutant- General. 

1 Aids de Camp 
Major Samuel Huntington, jun. J to his Excell'y 
Lieut. Roger .GrifwoU, Tthe Cornman- 

J der in Chief. 



Officers of the ill Brigade. 

Vacant, Brigadier- General. 

Watfon Lomifs, Brigade- Major. 

ElifUa Moore, Brigade- Quarter-Mafter, 

1 ft Regiment. 

Hezekiah Wyllys,Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant.' 

Oliver Mather, Efquire, Major 

Captain 



Ebenezer Auftin, 
Vacant by promotion 
Samuel Hale, 



Zebulon Seymour, 
Martin Denfbw, 
Afhbel King, 



■rer-r— ? 



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Timothy Seymour, 
Jfaac Pinney, jun. 
Vacant, 



Lieutenants. 



Matthew Cadwell, 
Roger Mills, 
Aaron Cook, 



~t 



William Collyer, 
Daniel Gillet, 
Benj. Remington, 
Timothy Dodd,* 
Ifaac Haydon> 
Gad Taylor, 



Eofigns. 



Ebenezer Faxon, 
Ifaac Phelps, 
Ebenezer Sheldon, - 
Solomon Grifvold, 
Roger Mills, 
James Goodwin. 



Norman Seymour, 
David Phelps, 
Reuben Clark, 
James Cadwell, 
Ifaac Thrall, 
Allyn Goodwin. 



1 James Oleott, 

Elijah- Pherps, 

Abilha Smith, 

Eli(ha Babccck, 

Elifha Stoughton,. 

John Leavitt, jun. 

St aft- Officers. 
Mofes Goodman, Adjutsat, 
Solomon GrifwoJd, Quarter- mailer, 
Elifha Strong, Pay-mafter, 
Dank I Leller, Serjeant- major , 

6th Regiment. 

Roger Wells. Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Ifaac Wells, Efq. Major. 

Captains 



Abraham Crane, 
Samuel Cur tils, 
Jofeph Wells,, 



Vacant, 
Samuel Covel, 
Ifaac Wells, 
Zebulon Richardfon 
Lieutenants. 

Oliver Robbins,\ j Jofeph Mofeley, jun 

Jofeph Goodrich*. 



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; James Wells, ] Afhbel Wells, 
Charles Andrews, | Daniel Andrufs. 


Enfigns. 


Daniel Grifwdd, 


J k ft us Francifs, 


Solomon Wolcott, 


Ifaac Talcott, 


George Rifley, 


Rofwell Hollifton, 


- 


David Dickerfon. 


Staff Officers. 


Jolhua Griggs, Adjutant. 


Ebenerer Spencer, Quarter- m after. 


William Grcfvenor, Surgeon. 


Rev* Nathan Williams, Chaplain. 


19th Regiment. 


Lemuel Stoughton, Efq. Lt. Col. Commandant. 


Oliver King, Efq. Major. 


Captains. 


E!5 More, 


Samuel Seffions, 


Aihbel Stanley, 


Jabez Parfons, 


Eiiphalet Collins, 


Stephen Hills, \ 


Caleb Bjoth, 


Lemmy Thrnll, 


Solomon Dewey, 


Obadiah £)ickenfon, 


i EU(ha Hills, 




Lieutenants. 


Eli BIflell, 


Eleazer Pinney, 


Shubael Grifwold, 


David Chandler, 


Elijah Parfons, 


Ambcl Seymour, 


David Trumbull, 


Oliver King, 


Jacob Lyman, 


Danbl Rockwell. 


Jofeph Arnold, 




Enfigns. 


Abiel Wolcott, 


John Morten, 


Levy Goodwin, 


John Hovvard, 


Samqel Peafe, 2d. 


Job Porter, 



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Warham Forfier, 
Eliphalet Killam, 
Ozias Bififell, jun. 



Alexander McLea*', 
Jonathan Scoughton 



2zd Regiment. 

Samuel Chapman, Efq, Colonel. 

Abiel Peafe, Efq. Lieut. Colonei Commandant 

John Phelps, Eiq. Major. 

Captains. 



Jabez Weft, 
Howard Moulton, 
Eliihajohnfon, 
Afa Hamilton, 
Abijah Seffipns, 
Ebenezer G*y, 

Lieutenants. 
Eber Robiafon, 
Rufus Fifk, 
Nathaniel Fenton, 
Jabez Collins, 
Samuel Crawford, 
James Mofs, 

Enfigns 
Elijah Hafkell, 
Jo fish Phelps, 
Timothy Morrick, 
Benjamin Jones, jun. 
Pennuel Child, 
John Holmes, 



Samuel Ladd, 
Amariah Kibbee, 
Ebenezer Cclborn, 
John Johnfon. 



Afhbel Chapman, 
Samuel Hall , jun/. 
Nathaniel Hyde, 
Mofes Am idovvn, 
Daniel Newell. 



Sam'l R. Kingibury, 
Samuel Chapin, 
John Orcutt, 
Gold Stiles, 
Hezckiah Ruffe!!, 



ift Company of the Governor's Guards. 
Charles Hopkins, Captain. 
Solomon Meers, Lieutenant. 
George Goodwin, Enfign. 



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The Governor's Independent Volunteer Troop of 
Horfe Guards, 
John Caldwell, Captain. 
Thomas Y. Seymour, i4t Lieutenant, 
Charles Phelps, 2d Lieutenant, 
Timothy Burr, Cornet. 



I 



Oncers cf the 2d Brigade. 

Comfort Sage, Efq. Brigadier General. 

John Meigs, Brigade-Major. 

SarauehCanfield, Deput. Quart. Malt. Gen. 

2d Regiment. 
Hezekiah Sabin, jun. Efq.it. Col. Commandant J 
Fletcher Prudden, Efq. Majer, 
Captains 



Stephen Burner, 
Jofeph Piatt, 
Reuben Tucker, 
Glover Ball*, 
Stephen Thorn pfon, 
Philemon Smith,. 
Timothy Andrufs, 



Lieutenants. 



Thomas Darlings 
Peter Eaftman, 
Samuel Cande, 
Allen Ives^ 
Joel Hine, 
Stephen Munfon, 
Ran ford Whitney. 



Benjamin Grannis, 
Samuel Fenn, 
Jofeph Parfons, 
Samuel Punderfon, 
Enos Hem way, 
Juftus Smith, 
Jared Barnes, 



M. Merriman,, 
Jehifl Bryan, 
SheldenCurrifs, 



Eniigr 



Am, Dibbfei. 
Joel Cooper,. 
Naboth Ofborn, 
CrmunceyDickermanj 
Abraham Jbles, 
Stephen Ford, 
George Bard. 
s. 
Abraham Warner* 
Levi Potter, 
Thomas Smith, 



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Joieph Bracket, 
Barnebas Baldwin, 
Dan Ives, 
Hiel Hine, 



Hczekiah Bafiett, 
H eze.k iah T horn as t 
Thomas Potter, 
William Smith. 



Thomas Darling, Adjutant. 
Hezekiah Tuttle, Quarier-Mafter. 
Levy Ives, Surgeon. 

7th Regiment. 
William Worthington, JEfq. Colonel 
Edward Shipman, Efq. Major. 
Captains 



Timothy Pratt, 
Jofhua Smith, 
Samuel RedfLeld, 
Danforth Clark, 
James Lay,, 



Giles Blague, 
Samuel Shaler, 
Sylvefter Redfieid* 
Selah Grifwold, 
Lewis Jones, 



David Brainerd, 
Abraham Pieribn, 
Jonathan Warner, 
Jeremiah Hubbard, 
Noah^latts. 
Lieutenants. 

Daniel Brainard, 
Jofeph Grifwold, 
Gideon Southwoxth 5 
J*mes Pel ton, 
johnH. iBufcnell. 
Eniigns. 

Hem an Brainard, 
Ichabod Ward, 
Andrew Lewis, 
Phineas Dean, 
John Places. 



William Tully, 
Jonathan Smith, 
Jonah Youngs, 
Zephaniah Pratt, 
Chfifiopher Poft, 

Staff Officers. 

Afa Lay, Adjutant. 

Samuel Whittlefey, Pay-Mafter. 

Worthington Ely, Quarter- Mailer, 

William Elliott, Surgeon. 



HiiiMinmr 



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io'h Regiment. 

Ifaac Cook, E.q. Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 

Samuel Camp, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 

Jofeph Rice, 
Samnel Merriman, 
Ezekiel Rice, 
Lutius Tuttle, 
Reuben Rice. 
Lieutenants. 

Ifaac Shephard, 
Oliver Bradley, 
Samuel B. Johnfon, 
Andrew Hull, 
Ezra Doolittle. 



John Davifon, 
Jacob Clark, 2d. 
Jeremiah Carrington 
Reuben Royce, 
Simeon Coe, 



Elihu Yale, 
Richard Spelman, 
Abner Avord, 
Caleb Merriman, 
Jabez Chalker, 



•Enfigns. 

Daniel Parker, Andrew Hall, 

Stephen Robertfon, Samuel Ives, 

Lemuel Carrington, John Benham, 

Jonathan Collins, Rufus Hitchcock. 

Abraham Bartlet, - 

Staff Officers. 

Benjamin Chittendon, Adjutant. 

Jofeph Parfons, Quarter-Mailer. 

Jared Potter, Surgeon. 

Mofes Gaylord, Surgeon's Mate. 

23d Regiment. 

Jofeph Blague, Efq. Lieut. Colonel Commandant 

George Phillips, Efq. Major. 

Captains, 



Robert Band, 
Elihu Wilcox, 
Sam'l Chamberlain, 



Jofeph Sage, 
Jofeph Doolittle, 
Jedidiah Hubbard, 



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Eli Barnes, 
David Bi dfey, 
Moles Cook, 
Nithaniel Miller, 

Lieutenants. 



Daniel Sfi-'pard, 

William ILmlin, 
Samuel Bill. 



Seth Miller, 
Samuel Sexton, 
Nathan Sears, 
Nicholas Ames, 
Ifaac Hubbard, 
Samuel W. Dana. 



Joiiah Starr, 
William Sage, 
Henry Hodges, 
Robert Waterman, 
Elijah Wilcox, 
Mofes Higgins, 
* Nathaniel Crowell, 

Eniigus. 
James Henry, Eli Coe, 

Timothy White, ' Samuel Kilburne, 
Elifha Hubbard, Jonathan M.ller, 

William Dixon, Jeieph Pelton, 

Eli Wilcox, Joirna W r ard, 

Jonathan Bowers, Richard Aliop. 

Seth Savage, 

Staff Officers. 

Samuel Goodrich, Adjutant. 

Jofeph Biague, Pay Mailer* 

Vine Starr, Q^arcer- Mailer. 

Eliiha Phelps, Surgeon. 

26th Regiment. 
David Smith, Efq. Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 
Abner Bradley, Eiq.*» Major. 
Captain 



Benjamin Upfon, 
David Buckingham, 
Aaron Fenn, 
Ebenezer Porter, 



Jacob Fenn, 
Charles Upfon, 
Wm. Leavenworth, 
Jofiah Seymour. 



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Lieutenants. 



Julius Dayton, 
Ard Weiton, 
Charles Friibie, 
Timothy Pond, jun. 



JofephS. Merriman, 
Sylvanus Adams, 
Street Richards, 
Arba Cook, 



Enfigns. 



Eiifira Stevens, 
Joel Dunbar, 
Demas Judd, 
Benjamin Baldwin. 

Timothy Gibbards, 
Afa Darrow, 

Urie Doolittle r 
John Adams. 



Samuel Rpyce, Adjutant, 
Ifaac Bronfon, Pay-Mailer, 
Wait Smith, Qoarter-Mafter, 
Ifaac Baldwin, Surgeon,, 
John Elton, Surgeon's Mate. 

27th Regiment. 

kuguftus Collins, Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant 

James Barker, Efq. Major. 

Captains 



Abraham Fowler, 
Mafon Hobart, 
Abr'm Chittenden, 
JonathanTodd, jun. 



Nathan Chidfey, 
Edward Mulford, 
Elihu Baldwin, 
Aaron Stone. 



Lieutenants. 
Samuel Robinfon, Timothy Rrfietter, 



John Ruffell, 
Nathaniel Parm.de, 
Jonathan Judd, 



Noah Fowler, 
Jofeph Goodrich, 
Timo. Cruttenden, 
Jofiah Munger, 



Enfigns. 



Juftus HarrifTon, 
Afa Todd,. 
Nath'l Sevens, jun. 



Caleb Fowler, 
Jofeph Baldwin, 
Jonathan Munfon, 
Benjamin Crampton. 

mmmmm 



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Staff. Offices*. 

Jonathan Todd, jun. Adjutant,, 
Timothy RolTetter, Pay-Mafter # 
Joel Tuttle, Quarter-Mailer, 
Jonathan Todd, Surgeon, 
DavidS* Brooks, Surgeon's- Mate.. 

Officers cf ihe 3d Brigade-. 

Dyar Throop, E*fq*. Brigadier-General. 

Jonathan Ogden Mofeley, Eiq. Brigade-Major. 

3d Regiment. 

Richard Demon, Efq. Lieut. CoJ. Commandant. 

John Griffing, Efq. Major. 

Captains 



Ebenezer Douglas, 
Stephen Johnfon, 
Jeremiah Harding, 
Seth Smith,. 
John G.Hillhoufe, 
William Starling, 
Thomas Allen, jurv 
Ezra Wait, 



Thomas Bifliop, 
Abner Brock way, 
Daniel Crocker,. 
Abner Lord, jun. 
Nathaniel Vibber, 
Thomas Stickland, 
•Guy Wheeler, 
Samuel Tinker. 



Lieutenants. 



Thaddeus Brooks, 
Jofeph Noyes, 
Stephen Maynard, 
Mofes Warren, jun. 
Samuel Fox, 
Jofeph, Giilet, 
Jofephus Lovett, 
Rofvveli Champin, 



Goddard Marten us, 
Noah Comftock, 

Lee Peck, 
Oliver Comflock, 
William Tinker, j*. 
Wait S. Avery, 
Lemuel Lee^ 



Spearry Douglas, 
Calvin Noyes, 



Enfigns. 



Nathan Bailey, jun. 
EJijha Way, 



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Benjamin Dart, 
Richard Brcckway, 
Jared Comilock, 
Jacob Tiliotfon, jun. 
James Comflock, 
Nathan Tinker. 



Muiford Raymond, 

Calvin Selden, 

Jafon Beebe, 

Amos Smith, 

Simon S. Biiriop, 

Ambrofe Niies, 

Independent Company 
John Haliam* Captain, 
Picket Lat'mer, Lieutenant, 
Thomas U. Fofdick, Enfigm 

Staff-Officers. 
Oliver Comilock, Adjutant, 
John Hallam, Pay- Mailer, 
Thomas Anderfan, Quarter Mailer, 
Daniel Cilkins. Surgeon, 
Thomas Coit, jun. Surgeon's Mate. 

8th Regiment. 

Peleg Noyes, E£q. Lieut. Colonel Commandant 

Ifaac Avery, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



Thomas Noyes, 
Benadarn Williams, 
Edward Thurfton, 
E ias S. Paimer, 
John Williams, 
Jofrph Babcock, 
Sarauel Saterly, 
Etifha Rofe, ^ 
John Avery, 



Chriftopher Morgan, 
Starr Chefler, 
Giles Capron, 
Thomas Mallifon, 
Edward Swan, 
Ezekiel Rude, 
Frederick Witter, 
David Bordman, 
John Tyler, 



Lieutenants. 
Rob'c Cheefebrough, J Charles Crandal, 
Ifnac Williams, ' j Oliver Breed, 
rph^ns Hall, I JofephE^eih, 

rnii i. ■ mi i ■■■■■■■ i.» 



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49 ) 


Lebbeus Geers, 




John Baldwin, 


Edward Parker, ( 




Jacob Meech, 


Peleg Williams, 




Samuel Williams, 


Vine Starr, 




Thaddeus Cook, 


Ifrael Morgan, 




David Green, 


Ralpk Stoddard, 




Elifha Williams. 



Enfigns. 



William A. Morgan 
Ebenezer Avery, 
Richard Geers, 
Rufus Avery, 
Ichabod Eglciton, 
Elifha York, 
Amos Witter, 
William Cogfwel!, 
Reuben Patridge. 



William Siark, 

Paul Wheeler, 

Shepard Wheeler, 

Jofeph Chapman, 

Amos Denifon, 

Nathan Brown, 

Prentice Breed, 

Jofeph Button, 

Ifaac Whitman, 

Staff- Officers. 
Simeon Avery, Adjutant, 
Afahel Tracy, Quarter- Mailer, 
Jolhua Downer, Surgeon, 
Avery Downer, Surgeon's Mate* 

20th Regiment, 

BenajahLeffingwell, Efq. Lt. Col. Commandant, 

Elihu Marvin, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



.1 



Daniel Tracy, jun. 
James Hide, jun. 
Aaron Gauger, 
Ebenezer Tracy, 
Jabez Brewfter, 

Lieutenants. 
Zach* Huntington, I John Tracy, 
Jonathan Culver, | Abel Calkins, 



ZerobabelWhitman, 
Amos Armftrong, 
John Wilfon, 
fofeph Williams, 
Levi Perkins. 



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Philip Harvey, 
Nathan Bingham, 
Jofhua Smithy jun. 



Enfigns. 



Moles Park, 
Jofeph Perkins, jun 
John Bingham. 



Afa Fitch, 
James Armftrong, 
Silas Blifs, 

Ezekiel BuihnelL 



Jabez Kirtland, 

George Dennis, jun. 

Oliver Johnfon, 

Jereh. Kinfman, jun. 

Solomon G id ions, 

Matrofs Companyo 
Bela Peck, Captain, 
Hezekiah Williams, i ft Lieutenant, 
Thomas L. Thomas, 2d Lieutenant, 
Jabez Huntington, Lieut. Fire -worker. 

Light- Infantry Company. 
Felix Huntington, Captain, 
Roger Grifwold, Lieutenant^ 
■Buihnel Hubbard, Eniign. 

Staff- Officers" 
Rev. Jofeph Strong, Chaplain*', 
Zachariah Huntington, Adjutant, 
Eliphalet Huntington, Pay-Mafter, 
Eraflus Perkins, Quarter- Mailer,. 
Jofeph Perkins, Surgeon. 

24th Regiment. 

Eliphakt Bulkeley, Efq. Lt. Col. Commandant, 

David B. Spencer, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



Epaph. Champion, 
Abner Kellogg, 
Dan Worth in gton, 
Levi Palmer, 
Aaron Foote, 



Afa Worthington, 
John Arnold, 
Jofeph Gates, 
Ebcnezer Holmes, 
Afahel Ranfom. 



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Lieutenants. 



Jeremiah Smith, 
Stephen Foote, 
Nathaniel Otis, 
Abner Hal), 
Judah Scovel, 



Enfigns 



Clark McCarty, 
Noadiah Emmons, 
Robert Anderfon, 
lira el Com flock, 
Samuel Morgan. 



Francis Henry, 
Timothy Spencer, 
Amos Randall, 
Edward Dickfon, 
Elijah Tread way. 



Gamaliel R. Tracy, 

Arabrofe Strong, 

Jonathan Morgan, 

Gabriel Ely, 

David Yeomans, 

Staff Officers. 
Rev. Elijah Parfons, Chaplain, 
Eraftus Worthington, Adjutant, 
Gad Worthington, Pay-Mafier, 
John Brainard, Quarter- Mailer, 
Thomas Skinner, Surgeon. 



Officers of the 4th Brigade/ 

John Chandler, Efq. Brigadier-General. 

Frederick J. Whiting, Brigade- Major. 

Elijah Boardrnan, Dep. Quart. Mall. Gen. 

4th Regiment. 

Elijah Abel, Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

David Burr, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



Abijah Morehoule, 
David Allen, 
John Chapman, 
Jofeph Bulkley, 



Peter Sanford, 
Squire Adams, 
David Bradley, 
Andrew L. Hiil. 



Lieutenants. 
Samuel Burr, 3d. j Stephen Adams, 



Samuel Beers, jun. 



Eliphalet Sherwood, 



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ohn Davis, 
James Gray, 



EnSgns.. 



Lbei Fanton, 
Simeon Mungcr. 



Benjamin Lines, 
.Albert Lockwocd, 
Nathan Murwin, 
Aaron Mcrehoufe. 



Nathan Jennings, 

Jofeph Bulkley, jun. 

William Be nnet, 

Joilah Whitney, 

StafF Officers. 
Jofeph Noyes, Adjutant, 
Ebenezer Dimon, Quarter-Mailer, 
David Rogers, Surgeon. 

9th Regiment. 

Jabez Fitch, Efq. Lieut. Colonel Commandant, 

Czias Marvin, Efq. Major. 

Captains, 



Hanford Halt, 
James Silleck, 
Seth Palmer, . 
Edward Wentvvorth, 
Amos Smith, 
Ebenezer Knapp, 
Daniel Hurlbut, 



Lieutenants. 



Nathan Merrit, jun, 
Jofeph Seely, 
Benjamin Brufh, 
Gerfliom Scofieid, 
Abijah. Taylor, 
Hezekiah Kibbe, 
Benjamin Weed. 



Jofeph Brown, 
Stephen St. John, jn 
Charles Knapp, 
James Crowley, 
Epenetus Webb, 
Daniel Lyon, 
Jereh. Grummond, 

Enfigns 
Hulton Pratt, 
Scely Squire, 



Andrew Miller, 
Aaron Curnllqck, 
Edmund Mead, 
Powers How, 
John Gregory, 
IfrajeJ Peck, 
Jonathan Weed. 

John W T . Palmer* 
Samuel Seymour, 



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liaac amith, 

Titus Mead, jun. 

Samuel Betts, 

Nehemiah Brown, 

Jonathan Ayres, 

Staff-Officers. 
David Maltbee, Adjutant, 
Abraham Hewfted, Quarter-Mafter 



boiqraon Ruoale, 

Matthew Sherwood, 
Abraham Hewfled, 
Weed Scofield. 






13th Regiment. 

amuel Canfield, Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant, 

Nathaniel Mkchel, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



Afahel Mitchel, jun. 
Ad<rm Lum, 
Abel Gunn, 
John Mallery, jun. 
Jofliua Church, 
Stephen Dodge, 
Thomas Parmele, 



John Marwin, 
GerQiom Holmes, 
Benajah Stone, 
Oliver Barret, 
Daniel Hinman, 
Abijah Pratt, 
Truman Hurlbut. 



Lieutenants. 



Anthony Strong, 
Jedidiah Mun, 
Abner Gunn, 
Rofwell Ranfom, 
Abner Everitt, 
Elizur Chamberlain, 
Samuel Bryan, 

Enfigns 
Aaron Sherman, 
Motes A. Johnfon, 
Benoni S. Sanford, 
Daniel Biackley, 
Afa Dudley, 



Amafa Ferrifs, 
Ephraim Tanner, 
PhiloBeardflee, 
Timothy Hinman, 
Simeon Ofbrrn, 
Perry AverilJ, 
Thaddeus Stoddard, 



• Brinfmade Gib Ton, 
Reuben Warner, jun. 
Jofeph Carter, 
Abel Terril, 



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Ebenezer Smith, I 
John Johnfon, Jan. 



Roger Cogfwell, 
Zachariah Beers. 
Stiff-Officers. 
William Prefton, Adjutant, 
Thomas Canfieid, Pay-Mafter, 
Jonathan Baldwin, Quarter- Mafter,, 
S*:th Haftings, Surgeon, 
Chauncey Lowrcy, SurgeonY Mate. 

16th Regiment. 

Caleb Baldwin, Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
David Qlrnftead, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



Daniel Hoyt, 
ElifhaHawley,. 
Abijah Hard, 
Paul Hamilton, 
Hezekiah Dayton, 
James Biufh, 



Rradley Seely, 
Nehemiah Keeler, 
Eliakim Benedict, 
Levi Boftwick, 
Mofes Shepherd. 



Amos Hoyt, 
Riah Ns(h, 
Levi Peck, 
John Bsrnsm, jun. 
Vine Boisford, 
Gideon Beardilee, 

Enfigns. 
Talmon Taylor, 
Matthew Keeler, 
Aaron Lacey, 
Andrew Kewfted, 
Abraham Baldwin 
i Beardflee, 



Lieutenants. 

John Penfleld, 
Timothy Weed, 
Eliud Taylor, 
> . , Warner, 
Daniel Crofoot. 



Uriah Hungerford, 
Zapher Brum> 
Eli Taylor, 



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StarF-Oilicers. 
Andrew Beers, Adjutant, 
Abraham Baldwin, Quarter-Mafter. 
Bennett Perry, Surgeon. 

28th Regiment. 

John Benjamin, Efq. Lieut. Gol. Commandant. 

Agur Judfon, Efq. Major. 

Captains 



Matthias Nicoll, 
David Sherman, 
Samuel Wheeler, 
Jofeph Wooiler, 



Lieutenants. 



David Beardflee, 
Samuel Bennit, 
Ebenezer French, 
Ephraim French. 



Afa Benjamin, 
Eiiphalet Jennings, 
David Whitney, 
Ephraim Wooiter, 



Edmond Curtifs, 
Daniel Gregory, 
Gideon Blackman, 
Afa Winton. 



Enfigns. 

Jofeph Deforeft, Gerfhom Turney* 

Elijah Burc, - Burr Gilbert, 

Pixley Jadfon, George Healy, 

Lemuel Judfon, jun. Samuel Hall. 

Staffs Officers. 
Edmond Curtis, Adjutant, 
Ephraim V/oofter, Quarter-Mafter, 
William A. Tomiingfon, Surgeon. 



Officers of the 5th Brigade, 

Samuel McClellan, Efq. Brigadier-General. 

John McClellan, Efq. Brigade-Major. 

Eliflia Paine, Efq. B. Q^ M. and D. Q^M, G. 

5th Regiment. 
Ebenezer Mofeley, Efq. Lt. Col. Commandant. 



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Simeon Smith, Eiq. Major. 
Captains, 



Jabpg Fitch, 
Arad Simons, 
Jonathan Carey, 
Jeremiah Fitch, 
Abel Simmons, 
Daniel Den ifon, 
Nathaniel Root, 



Lieutenants. 



Stephen Brigham, 
James F. Sumner, 
Samuel Jacobs, 
William Walker, 
Rofwell Bill, 
Jonathan Brown, 
Benjamin Chaplin. 



Benjamin Dyer, 
Eleazer McCail, 
John Baker, 
Gerfhom Brigham, 
Matthew Marcey, 
Thomas Utley, 
Thomas Davenport, 

Enfigns 



Ifaac Barrows,. 
Samuel Sumner, 
Robert Barrows, 
Samuel Tyler, 
Jonath. Blackman, 
James Royce, 
John Swift. 



Labeus Larrabce, Edward Dimmick, 

Amafa Storrs, Jeremiah Mumford, 

James Carey, Samuel Storrs, 

John Fitch, Benjamin Walker, 

James Hower, Afa Robinfon, 

Jacob Holt, Jofeph Thompfou, 

- Ebenezer Carey. 

Staff-Officers. 

Rev. Stephen White, Chaplain, 

Zenas Howes, Adjutant, 

John Fitch, Pay-Mafter, 

Dan Storrs, Quarter-Mailer, 

Samuel Lee, Surgeon, 

Jonathan Brewfter, Surgeon's Mate. 



i ith Regiment. 



lirael Putnam, Eiq. Lieu:. Col, Coiuu.aiiaant. 

Daniel Learned, Eiq. Major. 

Captains. 



Elijah Williams, 
Simon Davis, 
Jofeph Sfibin, 
Jonathan Mo rle, 
William Pierce, 
Eben'r Scarborough, 
James Dcnifon, 

Lieutenants. 



Seth GlianJIer, 
Jacob D eflcr, 
Thomas Grcfvenor, 
Barneas Turtelott, 
Ebenezer Cobura, 
Peleg Corbin. 



John May, 
A'piicus Converfe, 
Ebeneze* Rofs, 
David Hoime-s, 
Ebenezer Leach, 
Elijah Thayer, 
Th ;mas Day, 

Enfign 
Richard Gcodell, 
Samuel Wilfon, 
John H. Payfon, 
Afa Payfon, 
Hubbard Torrey, I 
Peter Pike, 
John Day, 

Staff- Officers. 



Charles Child, 
Daniel Perrin, 
Nathan Paine, 
Benjamin Learned, 
Elijah Bug bee, 
Ate Winter, 



Darius Baccn, . 
Afa Parks, 
Thomas Grow, 
William Smith, 
Elias Chiids, 
Thomas Ch-sffee, 



Rev. Jalbua fohflfcto* -Chaplain^ 
Lemuel Grufvenor, Adjutant, 
Benjamin Learned, P. y -Mailer, • 
William Morris, Quarter Mailer, . 
Albigence Waldo, Surgeon, 
Jaied Warner, Surgeon's Mate,. 



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12th Regiment. 

Veteran Company. 
Jofeph Leach, Captain, 
Jofeph Abel, Lieutenant, 
Jofiah Rockwell, jun. Enfign. 

Militia Companies. 
Captains. 



Jofiah Buelf, 
John Arnold, 
Hezekiah Biflel, 
Henry Blifs, 
Simon Abel, 



Jonah Roof* 
Adonijah White, 
Gad Talcott, 
Chriftopher Crouch, 
Rufus Lamb. 



Lieutenants. 
Stephen Payn, jun. Abraham Skinner, 

Whiting Backus, Jofeph Kingfbury, 

Elihu Pomeroy, Simeon Dunham, 

Samuel Weft, Jofeph Waters, 

Jofiah Loomis, Hubboart McCall. 

Enfigns. 

Afa Blum, 



Benjamin Hyde, 
James Mafon, 
Phineas Strong, 
Simon Loomis, 
Otis Bigelow, 

Joel Jones, jun. 



Alexander Houfe, 
Daniel Bumnell, 
Nehemiah Porter, 
Abraham Wilcox. 
Adjutant, 



James F. Mafon, Pay-Mader, 
James Clark, Quarter- Matter, 
James Thomas, Surgeon, 
Amos Stiles, Surgeon's Mate. 

21ft Regiment. - 
James Gordon, Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Benjamin Bacon, Efq. Major. 



Stephen Clark, 
David Baldwin, 
Mofes Wylie, 
Ebenezer Copp, 
Luther Bingham, 



Afa Phillips, 
Nathan Adams* 
Benjamin Dow, 
Willard Cutler, 
Thaddeus Palmer, 



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Captains. 

Jofhua Frink, 
William Gallup, 
Ifaac Backus, 
Siias Hutchens, 
Delano Pierce. 
Lieutenants. 

Afa Montgomery, 
John Hailon, 
Samuel Curtis, 
Noah Day, 
Ward Woodard. 



Enfigns. 



Seres Harris, 

Samuel Carter, 

John Wylie, 

Abel Andrus, 

David Litchfield, 

Staff- Officers 
Stephen Backus, Adjutant, 
Nathaniel Saterly, Quarter- Mafter. 



David Gallup, 

Palmer, 

John Brown, 
Shubael Hutchens, 
Afa Coplane. 



6ih Brigade. 

Heman Swift, Efq. Brigadier- General 

Uriah Tracy, Efq. Brigade-Major. 

Brigade- Quarter-Mafter, Vacant. 

14th Regiment. 

John 9fedgwick, Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Giles Pettibone, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



Mariner Rood, 
Torrance Donnelly, 
Elijah Stanton, 
Zachariah H. Jones, 



David Harris, 
Charles Burral!, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Samuel Pardee, 



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Edward Gayioid, 
Kaiah Ever it, 
Ifaac.H ir, 
Samuel Wadfvvortb, 

Lieutenants* 



Eli ilia Yale, 
Eiias ackfon, 
*Aricl Lawrence. 



Jonathan Burrall, 
Oliver Kellogg,, 
Nathaniel Truman, 
Benjamin Gold, 
Jonathan P.aruic, 
Elijah Hoi comb, 
Ifaac Smith,, 



John Adam, 
Nathan Ho-iliflon, 
J .red Everit, 



Enfigns. 



Ebenezer Dibble, 
Jofeph Cafe, 
Sluman Abels, ... 
Eleazer Holt, 
Joel Deming, 
fames Joh niton, 
Samuel Tibbal's. 

Jofeph 8 «'eet, 
Jonathan Dunham, 
jj*emiah W. Pheip? 
Confider Tanner, 
Enoch Roof, 
Simeon Jaqua, 
Abner Beach. 



Wltli&m : o- couriers 
'Abraham Eo inn ell, 
G rover Stmtja, 
John. Waterhoufe, 

Staff- Officers. 

Samuel Canfkld, Adjutant,.. 

Martin Bates, Quarter- Mailer, . 

Jonathan Burrall, Pay- Matter, 

er— Paet, Surgeon, 

Timothy Rogers, Surgeon's Mate. 

15th Regiment. 

Ichabod Norton, F/q. Lieut. Col. Commandant 

Aft Bray, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



Jofcr h Lankton, 
Levi CI V y 
Jofeph Peck, 



Jofiah Andrufs, 
James North, 
Theodore Root, 



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David Peck, 
Ezekicl Woodford, 
Nathaniel Lewis, 
James Lee, 
Hezekiah Root, 



Lieutenants. 



Cornelius Cornwall, 
Frederic Humphry, 
Abraham Pettibone, 
William Barns, 
Abraham Gridley. 



Ifaac Cowles, 
Eleazer Curtifs, 
. Luke Brownfon, 
Robert Foot, 
Jonathan Belding, 
Abel Lewis, 
Daniel Carter, 
Micah Woodruff, 



Heman Hall, 
Lament Peck, 
Jofeph Hay ford, 
Jedidiah Norton, 
Ezra Yale, 
Silas Clark, 
Stephen Cole. 



Enfigns. 



Walter Beecher, 
Jacob Hungerford, 
Reuben Barns, 
Reuben Perkins, 
John Tillotfon, 
Othniei Mofes, 
Alhbel Cowles, \ 
Roger Norton. 



Seth Wadfworth, 

Ifaac Buck, 

Gideon Hart, 

Jonathan Ropt, 

Amos Woodruff, 

Enos Ives, 

John Newel, 

Thomas Thomfon, 

Staff. Officers 
Seth Wadfworth, Adjutant, 
Alhbel Cowles, Quarter- Mailer, 
Jonathan Belding, Pay-Mailer, 
Timothy Hofmer, Surgeon. 
Theodore Wadfworth, Surgeon's Mate 

17th Regiment. 

Abner Willfon, Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Timothy Skinner, Efq. Major. 

Captains. 



V ^ 


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Nathaniel Smith, zd 


Eli Smith, }% l 


Ifaac McNeil, 


David Catlin, 


Mofes Lyman, 


Eli Richards, 


Hezekiah Hopkins, 


Calvin Com (lock, 


AbijahWillfon, 


Noah Garnfey, 


Aaron Norton, 


Ezekiel Scovil, jun. | 


Ruflel Emmons, 


Nathan Seward, 


Samuel W.Baldwin, 


Jonathan KitteL 


Auguftin Hey don, 


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Lieutenants, 


Heber Stone, 


Samuel Seymour, f 


Eaton Jones, jun. 


John Grifwold, 


Jonathan Buell, jun. 


Stephen Filer, 


James Brace, 


Timothy Barns, 


Levi Thrall, 


Solomon San ford. 


Jfaac Miles, 


Jonathan RoiTetter, J 


Elijah Peck, 


William Stone, A 


Simeon Barber, 


Timothy Hale, 

1 


Zachariah Mather, 


Enfi 


gns. 


Lewis Kilborn*, 


Samuel Woodruff, 


Benjamin Peck, jun. 


Solcmon Dickinfon, 


Bber Norton, 


Charles Thrall, 


Joel Catlin, jun. 


Charles Smith, jun. ' 


Samuel Cummins, 


Noah ftumifton, 


Andrew Bailey, 


George Merriman, i 


Andrew WoodruiF, 


Samuel Hinman, 


Daniel Willfon, 


Oliver Norton. 


Samuel Auftin, 




Julius Deming, Adjutant, 


David Stoddard, Quarter. Mailer, 


Eli Willfon, Pay-Mafter, 


Ifaac Cowles, Surgeon, 


JeJTc Carrington, Surgeon's Mate. 







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1 8th Regiment. 
Amafa Mills, Efq. Lieut, Col. Commandant. 
' Jonathan Humphrey, jun. Efcj. Major. 
Captains. 



=* 



James Cornifh, 
James Hiilyer, 
Jofeph Humphrey, 
Joel Clark, 
George Humphrey, 
Noadiah Holcomb, 
Ezra Adams, 



Lieutenants. 



Hez. Holcomb, jun. 
Nathaniel Roberts, 
Ifaac Gillet, 
Jonathan Buttolph, 
Micah Griffin, 
Mofes Cafe, 
Jacob Pettibone. 



Bartholomew Cafe, 
Roger Holcomb, 
John G. Torry, 
Samuel Forward, 
Daniel Cafe, jun. 
Martin Goofary, 
Azariah Wilcox, 



Enfigns. 



Abner Veits, 
Eli ph. Mitchelfonjr 
Roger Moor, 
Benajah Holcomb, 
John Trumbull, 
Ifrael Wells, 
Abner Pinney. 



Samuel Clark, 
Levi Pinney, 
Rofwell Day, 
Noah Cooley, 
Judah Phelps, 
Ozias Phelps, 
Darius Pinneyjun. 



Amaziah Humphrey, 

Daniel Holcomb, 

Phineas Nobles, 

Oliver Winchel, 

Benjamin Dyer, 

David Hays, 

Darius Mofes, 

Staff- Officers. 
Azariah Wilcox, Adjutant, 
Amaziah Humphrey, Quartcr-Mrfler, 
Seth Hart, Surgeon. 

25th Regiment. 
Uriel Holmes, Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 



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Moles Shepard, Eiq. Major. 
Captains. 



Timothy Wells, 
Matthew Gillet, jutt 

A fahel Brainard, 

«**» ■•- j 

OziasBronfon, 
Ifrael Williams, 



John Porter, 
Robert C. Whitford, 
fob Curtifs, 

Dudley Gafe, 
Eliiha Wilcox. 



Lieutenants. 



Daniel Eno, 
Samuel Heydon, 
Jofeph Merril, 
Aaron Richards, 
Timothy Benedict. 



John Henderfon, 
Nehemiah Andrufs, 
Daniel Beeman, 
Robert McCune, 
Pelatich Allen, 
Ephraim Wilder, 

Enfigns. 

Elias Kellogg, J Eleazer Bidwell, 

Jonathan Marfh,jun. John Wright, 

Eiifha Beeman, Benjamin BifTel, 

Samuel Hurlbut, Afa Wilcox, 

Aaron Alien, Ambrofe Palmer, 

Timothy Coe, 

Staff-Officers. 
Ifrael Jones, jun. Adjutant, 
Afa Andrufs, Quarter- Matter, 
Jeremiah Emmons, Surgeon, 
Eldad Merrils, Surgeon's Mate, 



LIGHT- DRAGOONS. 

lit Regiment. 

William Hart, Efq. Major Commandant. 

Captains. 



Levi Rqbbins, 
Elias Claik, 
Joel Mofs, 



David Lyman, 
Uriah Kelfey, 



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Lieutenants. 



John Roberts, 
Ams. Parmele. 



Samuel Whitman, 
Daniel Taimage, 
Charles Hall, 

Coronets. 

£u~*ru 2^S»Ki ! Cale h b Hubbart, 
Solomon Taimage, David Bifhop. 



James Webfler, 
Timothy Higgins. 
Andrew Hilf, 



Qaartcr-Mafters. 



Giles Wilcox, 
Daniel Willard. 



2d Regiment. 
Latham Hull, Efq. Major Commandant, 
Captains. 
Silas Hartfhorn, I Denifon Wattles, 

Roger Bulkeley, J Jofeph Smith. 

Lieutenants. 
Elifha Edgerton, Belle Williams, 

Charles Buikley, Elifha Swan. 

Coronets. 
Rofwel Fox, Samuel Hyde, 

Reuben Champion, Hofea Wheeler, v 

Quarter-Mailers. 
Oliver Backus, I Jacob Loomis, 

Job Beckwith, j Nathan Morgan. 

William Williams, 2d. Adjutant, 
Amos Wheeler, Quarter- Mailer, 
Avery Downer, Surgeon. 

3d Regiment. 

David Wood, Efq. Major Commandant. 

Captains. 



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David Judfon, Abel Bradley, 

James Lockwood, - - 

Lieutenants. 
Curtis Tomlinfon, Medad Bradley, 

Ifaac Weed, | Ezra Dibble* 

Cornets. 
Nathankl Lewis, Peter Williams, 

Samuel Seymour, [ Jofeph P. Cook, jun* 
Quarter- Matters. 

John Burr, 
John Eilcfs, Thomas Cook. 

Medad Bradley, Adjutant. 

4th Regiment. 
Ebenezer Backus, Efq. Major Commandant. 

Captains. 
Joel Ward, Stephen Hall, 

Ebenezer Smith, Calvin Pitkin* 

Selak Norton* 

Lieutenants. 
Jacob Waters, Thomas Gorden, 

John P. Child, Jeduthun Cobb. 

Augultus Fitch* 

Cornets. 
Ebenezer Ba£s, Elifha Backus, 

John R. Watfon, James Convis. 

Sand« Alverd, 

Quarter-Mafters 



George Dorrance, 
Amos James. 



John WHfon, 
Daniel Lindley, 
Timothy Elmer, 

Aaron OJmfted, Adjutant, 
Timothy Warren, Pay-Mafter, 
Samuel Lee, Surgeon. 



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-5 th Regiment. 


1 


Andrew Hillyer, Efq. Major Commandant. 




Captains. 


. 


Solomon Hurd, 


Pliny Hillyer, 




Samuel Lee, 


Rofwel Coe, 




Jofeph Wtlls, 


— - Ranfome, 




Levi Stone, 






Lieutenants. 




Jonathan Baker, 


Charles Cafe, jun. 




Jonas Lawrence, 


Stephen Chubb, 




Samuel Lewis, 


» 




Eliku Lewis, 






Cornets. 




Robert Hannahs, 


Chauncey Pettibone, 




John Peck, 


John Treat. 




Abel Clarke, 


- 




Benjamin Hanks, 






Quarter- Matters* 




Aaron Malkry, 


. 




George Marfh, 


Roger Sheldon, 




James Francis, 


- 




Caleb Lyman, 






Staff Officer j. 




James Huggins, Adjutant, 




David -Buel. Quarter-Mafter, 




Lynde Lord, jun. Pay- Mailer, 




Seth Bird, Surgeon, 




Eliphalet Buck, Surgeon's Mate. 




Theodore Hilly er, Serjeant- Major, 




Richard Gay, jun. Quart. Maft. Serj. 




John Roberts, Trumpet-Major. 




% N. B. The foregoing Lift was made .out previous 
\to the felting of the Ofiober SeJJionof Ajjfembly* 

J —— a i, *+ ga 







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The Military Forces in the State of Connecticut, Jit 
for duty, art as follow ; 

Men. 
Brigades of Infantry, 2 7>3&9 

Regiments of Cavalry, 1,278 

His Excellency's two Independent 1 

Companies of Horfe and Foot, 3 5 

Total, 28,732 



YALE- COL L-E G E, 

In New-Haven, founded A.D. 1700. 

President. 
Rev. Ezra Stiles, D.D. and LL.D. 

Fellows. 
Reverend Meffieurs. 



Eiiphalet Williams, D.D 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
Joiiah Whitney, 
David Ely, 
Nathan Williams. 



Elizur Goodrich, D.D 
Mofes Mather, 
Samuel Lockwood, 
Timothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 

Rev. Samuel Wales, D.D. Profefforof Divinity. 

Rev. Preiident Stiles, Profeffor of ecclefiaftica] 

(Hiflory. 
James Hillhoufe, Efq. Treafurer. 

Tutors. '■ «A 
Ebcnezer Fitch, A.M. Senior TutUfc Librarian. 
Barna Bidwell, A.M. ^ 

Roger Newton, A. M. 
Mr. Jeremiah Atwater, Steward; 
Eli Bullard, A. B. Butler. 

Commencement fecond Wednefday in Sep- 
tember* 



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Vacations : From Commencement, fix 
weeks; from the fecond" Tuefday in January, 
three weeks ; from the 6th of May, three weeks. 

Minifiers, Churches, and Religious AJfemblies in the 

State ^Connecticut.* 

County of Hartford. 



Hartford. 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 
Benjamin Boardman, 
Nathan Perkins* 

Berlin* 
John Sm alley,. 
Benoni Upfon, 
Nathan Fenn, 

Brifiol. 
Samuel Newell, 
Jonathan Miller. 
Eajt- Hartford. 
Elip. Williams, D.D, 
Benajah Phelps. 
EajhWndfir.- 
David Macclure^ 
Thomas Potwine. 

Enfield. 
Nehemiah Prudden. 

Farmington. 
Allen Olgott, 
Rufus Hawley. 

Glajlznbury* 
John Eells. 
James E'lls. 
Granby. 



Ifrael Holly,, 

Southington. 
William Robinfon, 
Alexander Gillet. 

Stafford. 
John Willard, 
Ifaac Fofter. . 
SujfielaZ 
Ehenezer Gay, - 
Vacant, 
John Haflings, B. 

Symjbury, 
Samuel Stebbin*, 
Jeremiah Haliock* 
Vacant, E. 

Wethersfield* 
John Marfh, 
Jofhua fielding,. 
John Lewis. 

Wiliington*. 
Gideon Noble- 

Wind for.. 
David S. Rowland, 
Theodore Hinfdale, 
Solomon Walcott,, 
Vacant. 



* c 7 be Miaijten are placed according ta thefemoA 
rity of their Churches*. 



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County or Ne 
New-Haven, 
Vacant, 
Rev. Sam'l Wales, D.D 
Jona. Edwards, D.D 
Bekflubbard, E. 
Samuel Auflin, 
Noah Williflon. 

Branford. 
Jafon Atwater,. 
Vacant, 
Samuel Eells* 
Vacant, E. 

C%ejhire.. 
John Foot, 
Reuben Ives, E.. 
Derby, 
- Martin Tullar, 
Richard Mansfield, E 
David Brownfon* 
Abner Smith. 
Durham. 
ElizurGoodrich > D.D 

Eajl -Haven. 
Nicholas Street, 

Guilford. 
Amos Fowler, 



:w-Haven. 
Beriah Hctchkifs, 
Jonathan Todd, 
Thomas W. Bray, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, E. 

Ham den. 
Jofhua Perry. 

Milford. 
William Lock wood, 
David Tullar. 

North -Haven* 
Benjamin Trumbull, 
Vacant, E. 

Wailingford. 
James Dana, D.D. 1 
James Noyes, J 

John Willard, 
Vacant, E. 
Vacant. 

Water bury. 
Mark Leavenworth, 
Vacant, E* 
Abraham Fowler. 

Wood bridge. 
Eliphalet Ball, 
Stephen Hawley. 



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County of New-London. 



New-London. 
Rev. Henry Channin^, 
Samuel Seabury,D.D. 
(Bijb. epif. ch. Conneft. 

Bozrah. 
Jonathan Murdock, 



Colcbejer, 
Vacant, 

Robert Robbins, 
David Huntington. 

Franklin* 
Samuel Nott.. 



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) 


* 


Grot on. 


Rev. Rozel Cook. 




! Rev. Aaron Kinnc, 


Norwich. 




Vacant, 


Jofeph Strong, 




Time Wightman, B. 


John Tyler, E* 




Lijbon. 


Walter King. 




Andrew Lee, 


Prejlon* 




Vacant. 


Vacant, 




Lymu 


Levi Hart, 




Vacant, 
Vacant, 


Vacant. 




Stonington* 




David Higgins. 


Vacant, 




Montvilk* 


Vacant. 




County of b 


'airfield. 




Fairfield, 


Ncrwalk. 




Rev. Andrew Elliott, 


Rev. Matthias Barnet, 




Hezekiah Ripley, 


John Bowden, E. 




j Robert Rofs, 


Vacant, 




Timo. Dwight, D.D. 


Juftus Mitchel. 




Shelton, E. 


Reading. 




D anbury . 


Nathaniel Bartlett, 




Timothy Langdon, 


Vacant, E. 




Eben'r White, Sand. 


Rid* field. „■ 




Vacant, E. 


Samuel Goodrich, 




Greenwich. 


Samuel Camp. 




Robert Morris, 


Stamford. 




Ifaac Lewis, 


John Avery, 




William Seward. 


Ebenezer Dibble, E. 




New -Fairfield* 


Mofes Mather, 




Medad Rogers,.. 


John Shepherd.. 




Vacant. 


Stratford. 




Newtown. 


Stephen W. Stebbins, 




Zephaniah H. Smith, 


Jeremiah Learning,/?. 




Thomas Brooks, 


David Ely>, 




j Philo Perry, M, 


Vacant, E. 


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Rev. Ifrahiah WetmoreJ 


Rev. James johnfon, 


&i 


Elifha Rexford. 


John Noyes. 




Weft on. 






County of Windham. 




Windham. 


Rev. Timothy Stone, 




Rev. Stephen White, 


Thomas Brockway, 




James Cogfwell. 


John Gurley. 




AjhforcL 


Mansfield. 




Andrew Judfon, 


Vacant, 




Vacant, 


Mofes C. Welch. 




Vacant, B. 


Plainfield. 




Brooklyn* 


Joel Benedict. 




Joiiah Whitney, 


Pomfret, 




Daniel Fogg, E. 


Aaron Putnam, 


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Canterbury. 


Walter Lyon. 




Solomon Morgan, 


^Tbompfon* 




John Staples. 


Noadiah Ruffe!. 




Hampton. 


Voluntonxn. 




Samuel Mofely, 


Micaiah Porter, 




Killingly. 


Vacant. 




Elifha Atkins. 


Woodfiock. 




Lebanon* 


Eliphalet Lyman., 




Zebu Ion Ely, 


Stephen Williams, 
Jofhua Johnfon. 




County of L 


ITCHFIELD. 




Litchfield. 


Canaan. 




Rev. Judah Champion, 


Rev. Daniel Farrand. 




Amos Chafe, 


Amos Thompfon. 




Afhbel Baldwin, E. 


Cole brook* 




Barkhempftedu 


Vacant. 




Ozias Eeils,. 


Cornwall, 




Vacant. 


Vacant, 




Bethlem. 


Vacant. 




Jof. Bellamy, D.D.. 


Gcjhen. 





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* Rev. jofiah Sherman. 
Hartland. 
Aaron Church, 
Nathaniel Gaylord. 

Haruoinlon. 
Vacant. 

AT**/. 
Joel Boardwell. 

AViv - Ha rtfo rd. 

Jonathan Marfli. 

New-Milford. 

Nathaniel Taylor, 

Richard Clark, E. 

Norfolk. 
Ammi R. Robbins. 

Salijbury* 
Vacant. 

Sharon. 

Cotton M. Smith. 

Southbury. 



Rev. Benj. Wildman, 
Jehu Minor. 

Torrington. 
Vacant, 
Samuel J. Mills. 

Warren. 
Peter Star. 

Wafhtngton. 
Noah Merwin. 
Jeremiah Day* 
Watertovon. 
Uriel Gridley. 
Simeon Waterman, 
Chauncy Prindle^ E. 

Winebefter* 
Jofhua Knap. 
Woodbury. 
Noah Benedict, 
Thomas Canfleld. 



County of M 

MlDDLETOWN. 

Rev. Enoch Huntington, 
Abraham Jarvis, E. 
Gerlhom Bulkley, 
Vacant, 

Thomas Minor. 
E aft -Had dam. 
Elijah Parfons, 
William Lyman, 
JofephVail. 

Chatham* 
Cyprian Strong, 



IDDLESEX. 

Rev. Lemuel Parfqns, 
David Selden. 
H add am. 
Eleazer. May. 

Killingworth. 
Achilles Mansfield, 
Henry Ely. 

Say "Brook. 
Fred. W. Hotchkifs, 
John Devotion, 
Richard Ely, 
Samuel Mills. 



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County of 

Tolland. 

Rev. Nathan Williams. 

Bolton. 

George Col ton, 

Ebenezer Kellogg. 

Coventry. 
Jof. Huntington ,D.D. 
Nathan Strong, 
Samuel Lockwood. 

•Ellington. 
Vacant. 



To LLAKD, 

Hebron. 
Rev. Samuel Kellogg, 
Elijah Lathrop, 
Vacant-, E. 

Som f ers. 
Charles Backus. 

Union. 
Vacant. 

Wellington. 
Gideon Noble, 
— Lily bridge. B. 



Ordained minifiers educated at Yale -College, un~ 
fettled, but continuingAo pre&ch 



|Rev. Nathan Birdfey, 
Daniel Brinfmade, 
Timothy Pitkin, 
Abel Newell, 
Hezekiah Gould, 



Noah Wetmore, 
Ebenezer Martin , 
EU-m Potter. 
Jedidiah Morfe. 



Candidates on the Catalogue of Yale -College. 



Mtffrs. Edmund Mills, 
Levi Lank ton, 
John Robinfon, 
Lemuel Tyler, 
Payfon Willifton, 
Thomas Holt, 
Ebenezer Kingfbury, 
David Hale, 
John Elfworth, 
Wait Cornwell, 
Ethel Oiborn, 
Stephen Williams, 



of Kent. 

Southington. 

Lebanon. 

Branford. 

Ncw-Ha-vcn. 

Walling ford. 

Coventry. 

ditto. 

Ellington. 

Middlettwn. 

Litchfield. 

Woodjlotk. 



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f— ■ — — — — ■ . ■ — " " ■ 
Samuel Perkins, 
Aaron Collins, 
Calvin White, 
Hendric Dow, 
Jonathan Ellis, 
Reuben Hitchcock, 
Hezekhh N. Woodruff, 
John Ely, 
Bbenezer Ficch, 
Elijah Gridley,. 
Sylveder Sage, 
Edward Porter, 
Daniel Crocker, 
Reuben Morfe, 
Matthew Noyes, 



Norwich. 
Guilford. 
Chatham. 

JJhford. 
Li/bo n, 

Gbejhire* 

Lyme* 

Canterbury. 

Berlin % 

ditto. 

Farmington. 

AW> Haven. 

Chcjhire. 

Lyme* 



Candidates on the Catalogue 0/* Dartmouth- College. 
David Porter, Hebron* 

William S. Rowland, Wind/or. 

Henry A. Rowland,. ditto, 

Afahel Huntington, Franklin. 

— Dorrance, Hamftcu. 



UNIVERSITY at Cambridge, 

Founded A. D. 1636* 

Rev„ Joseph Willard, D.D. Prefident. 

0-VERSEERS. 

His Excellency the Governor, his Honor the Lieu- 
tenant-Governor, the Honourable Council andj 
Senate, the Reverend Prefident, and Minifters 
of the Congregational Churches in the Towns 
of Boftoo, Charlefton, Cambridge } Watertown, 
Roxbury and Dorchester, 



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Rev. Simeon Howard, D.D. Sec'ry to the Oyeifeers 

Corporation. 
Rev. Pr-efident Willard, D.D. of Cambridge, 
Hon. Oliver Wendell, Efq; of Bolton, 
Hon. John Lowell, Efq; ofRoxbury, 
Rev. Edward Wigglefwonh, D.D. S.T.P. HoL 
i (lis, Cambridge, 

Rev. Simeon Howard, D. D. cf Bolton, 
Rev. John Lathrop, D D. of Botlon. 

Ebenezer Storer, Efq; of Ballon, Treafurer. 

Professors. 

Rev. E. Wigglefvvorth, D.D.Hollifian Profeflb.r of 

(Divinity. 
Eliphalet Pearfon, A. M. Hancock ProfefTor of 

(Hebrew and other Oriental Languages. 
John Warren, M. D. Profeff. of Anat: and Surg. 
.Benjamin Waterhoufe, M. D. ProfeiTbr of the 

(Theory and Practice of Phyfic. 
Aaron Dexter, M. D. Profeflbr of Chymiftry and 
(the Materia Medica. 
Tutors. 



John Abbot, A. M. 
Samuel Webber, A.M. 



Eteazer James, A.M. 
Timo. L. Jennifon, A.M. 

Rev. Ifaac Smith, A. M. Librarian. 
Caleb Gannett, A. M. Steward. 
Thomas Adams, A. B. Butler. 

Commencement, the third Wednefday in Jul) 
annually. 

Vacations : From Commencement, four weeks : 
From the third Wednefday in October, two weeks: 
From the firit, Wednefday in January, five weeks ; 
and the two weeks immediately preceding the laft 
Wednefday in April. || 



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Rhode-lfland College, at Providence. 

The firft Scone of this College was laid in May, 
i 1770. 
Hon. Jabez Bowen,Efq; Chancellor. 
Rev. James Manning, D.D. Prefident. 

Fellows. 
Rev. Prefident Manning, D. D. 
Rev. Edward Upharn, 
Rev. Morgan Edwards, 
Rev. Samuel Stiilman, D. D. 
Rev. Hezekiah. Smith, 
David Howell, Efq; 
Dr. Jonathan Eaftcn, 
Dr. Benjamin Water ho ufe, 
Dr. Solomon Drown, 
Rev. Enos Hitchcock, D.D, 
Rev. Mofes B&dgor, 
Mr. Robert Rogers, 

Professors. 
Benj. Waterhoufe, M. D . Profeff. Natural Hift. 
Benj. Welt, A.M. F.A.A. Profeff. Mathematics 

(and Aftronomy. 
'?vev. Peres Fobes, A. M. F.A.A. Profeffor Na- 
( total and Experimental Philo. 
Tutors. 
Aftver Robbing A. M. 
Abel glint, A. M. 
Jonathan Maxcy, A. B* 

Commencement , the fir ft W r ednefday in Septem 

Facations : 1. The rLft Wednefday in Septem 
jber, to Gdlober 2c. ■ 2. December 25th, conti 
cues fix Weeks. 3. May 6th, continues chre< 

'weeks. 



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Dartmouth College, in Hanover, Mew-Harnp- 
ihire, founded Anno 177c. 
Trustees. 
Hon. John Wheelock, E r q; Prefident. 
Hon. John Phillips, LL D. Exeter, f.N, llamp.j 
Hon. Bezaleel Woodward, Efq; Hanover, (ditio.j 
Jlev. Eden Burroughs, do. do. 

Hon. Elifha Payne, Efq; Lebanon, da. 

Rev. David M'Clure, Eaft-Windjfor, (Con^iea.} 
Hon. Simeon Olcott, Efq; G bar hjio^wn y ( N.H.J 
Rev. Bulkley Olcott, do. do 

Rev. Job Swift, Bennington,, (Vermont.) 
Rev. John Smith, Hanover, ( Nenv-Hamfjbir^ ) 
His Excel. John Langdon, Efq; Port/mouth, do. 
Peter Olcott, Efq; Norwich, (Vwmont.) 

Executive Officers. 
Hon. Prefident Wheelock, Profeflbr of Hiftbry. 
Bezaleel Woodward, Efq; ProfefT. Mathem. and 

(Nat. Philof, Tutor, Treafurcr & Secretary. 
Rev. John Smith, ProfefTor of Languages, Tutor 

(and Librarian* 
Mr. MofesFite. A.B. Tutor. 

Mr. Daniel Dana, A.B.Maft. of Moor's School. 
Commencement, the fourth Wed nefd ay in Auguft, 
annually. 

Vacations : From Commencement, fix weeks 
and two days ; and from the laft Monday in Fe- 
bruary, iiye weeks and five days. 

Diftance of the College, ^j^ 

From Portfmouth, (N. H.) by the way v 

of Exeter^ Concord, (N.H.) &c. 
From Bofton, by Concord, Fitchbourgh,. 

Keene, and Charlcilown, (No. 4.) 



s. 

120 



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fFrorn Hartford, by Springfield, North- ) T 

field, &c. ~ 3 5S 

From New Haven, by Northampton, 7 ~ 

Nouhfield, .fcc. j 5 

From Bennington, - 80 

!From Lake Champlain, 60 
'From Montreal, by the Lake & Crown- 1 

Point, about 3 ' 



Columbia College at New-Yark. 
Hon. William S. Johnfon, Efq; LL.D. Prefident 
M Mr. William Cochran, ProfefTor of Languages. 
gRev. John.D. Grofs, Prof. Moral Philo. & Geog 
Mr. John Kemp, Prof. Math. & Nat. Philofophy. 
|Rev. Br. Johan Kuntz, ProfefT. Orient. Lang. 
Rev. Mr. Moore, ProfefT. of Rhetoric ard Logic 



New-jerfey Coltege, at Princeton. 

Rev. John Witherfpoon, D.D. Preiident. 

Commencement, the fourth Wednefday in Septem. 



Univeriity at Pennsylvania. 
,'Rev. John Ewing, D<Q. Provoft or Chief of the 

(College. 
Rev. Samuel Magaw, D.D. Vice Provoit. 



Prefent Governors and Presidents, l$c. of the 
United States. 

N EW-H AM PSH1 RE . 

Excellency Jvfat Langdm, Efq; Prefident. 

Massachusetts. 
Excellency John <Hancock, Efq; Governor, 
Hon. Be fijamin Lincoln, Efq; Lieut. Governor. 
Rhode Island. 
Excellency John Collins, Efq; Governor, 
Hon. Daniel Owen, Efq; Lieut. Governor. 



Connecticut. 
[See page 12, for Governor, &c<] 
New-York. 
Excellency George Clinton, Efq; Governor. 
Hon. Pierre Van Cortland, Efq; Lt. .Governor J 

N?EW-jERSEY. 

^Excellency William Livingfton, Efq; Governor. 

Pennsylvania. 
Excellency Thomas Mifflin. Efq; Prefident, 
Hon. George Ro/s, Efq; Vice- Prefident. 
Delaware. 
Excellency John Collins, Efq. Prefident. 

Maryland. 
Excellency William Smallwood, Efq; Governor. 

Virginia. 
Excellency Edmund Randolph, Efq. Governor. 

North -Carol in a. 
Excellency Samuel John/on, Efq; Governor. 

South -Carolina. 
Excellency Thomas Pinckney, Efq; Governor. 
Thomas Gad/don, Efq; Lieut. Governor. 
Georgia. 
Excellency George Matthews, Efq; Governor, 

State of Vermont. 
Excellency Thomas Chittenden, Efq; Governor. 
Jofeph Marjh, Efq; Lieut. Governor. 



The Hon. Guy, Lord Dorchejler (late Sir Guy 
Carleton) is General and Governor of the Britifh 
Colonies of Quebec, Nova-Scotia, New-Brunf- 
wick and their Dependencies, and General anc 
Commander in Chief of all the Forces in faid 
Colonies artd the Ifland of Newfoundland. 



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— mmmm mam — — — — — ^l^^— ■ ■ ■■ i ■■————■ i '. _ ■ ■■■« 

Commiilioners for fettling the Accounts cf the 
federal United States. 
Royal Flint, Efq; for the Eaftern States. 
— Far rail, El'q; for New- Tor k& Ne<w-Jerfey, 
jjona. White, Efq; for Pennfyluania Sff Maryland, 
Andrew Dunfcomb, Efq; for Virginia, 
j William Winder, Efq; for North -Carolina-, 
George Brade, Efq; for So. Carolina and Georgia. 



Loan- Officers for the different States. 
Nathaniel Gilman, Efq; at Nevo-Hatnpjhire, 
Nathaniel Appleton, Efq; Maffachufetts, 
William&llery, Efq; Rhode-lfland, 
William I m lay, Efq; Connecticut^ 
John Cochran, Efq; New-York* 
James Ewing, Efq; Nenv-Jh-fey, 
Thorns Smith, Efqr Pennfyhania, 
James Tilton, Efq; Delaware, 
Thomas Harwood, Efq; Maryland, 
John Hopkins, Efq; Virginia, 
William Skinner,, Efq; North- Carolina, 
John DeNeufville, Efq; South -Carolina, 
Richard Wylly, Efq; Georgia* 



Officers of the Cincinnati Society, 
In the four Northern States of America. 
For New-Hampfhire.* 
General Sullivan, Prefiuhit, 
Major-General Cilley, Vice-Prefdent, 
Colonel McClary, Treafurer, 
Jeremiah Fogg, Efq; Secretary. 

For Maflachufetts. 
Major General Lincoln, Prefdent, 
Doftor William Euftis, Vict-Prefident, 



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Brigadier-General Jackfon, Treafurer, 
Thomas Edwards, Efq; Secretary. 

For R-hode-Ifland. 
Brigadier-General Varnum, Prejident, 
Dr. Ifaac Senter, Vice-Prejident, 
Major John S. Dexter, Secretary, 
Col. Jeremiah CMney, Treasurer , 

Fcr Connecticut. 
Col. Jeremiah Wadfworth, Prefident,. 
Coi. Samuel Wyllys, Vice-Prejident y 
Col. Jonathan Trumbull, Secretary, 
Col.. Ebenezer Huntington, djfift ant -Secretary, 
Col. Thomas Grofvenor, Treasurer, 
Col. Benjamin Tairaage, Ajfift ant -Tree furer. 
Col. Wadfworth, -\ 

Ge#: S, ngton> \ DeU *?£ £ the Gen} - 

Col. Trumbull, f *««**>#• 

Col. Humphreys,. J 



Cincinnati Societies are eitablifhed in each of 
the other United States, by the officers belonging 
co them refpedHvely.— Their yearly Meetings foi 
the choice of Officers, &c. to be always on the 
anniversary of Independence. 



New-Haven County Medical Society* 
Dr. Levere.tt Hubbard, Prtfident, 
Dr. Eneas Munfon, Vice-Prefident y 
Dr. Samuel Darling, Secretary. 

New-London County Medical Society, formed 
October, 1778. 
Dr, John Barker, Prc/ident, 
Dr; Thomas Coit, Vice-Prejidenty 
Dr.. Simon Wolcott, .Secretary. 

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6 
6 
4 
4 
6 
6 

4 
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2 
2 

3 



E X£J^ S E. 
The Excise of the State of CG?irte£icut,.\s as 
follows : 
On each gallori of Foreign Wine, 
Ditto Brandy, 
Ditto Geneva, 
Ditto Weft-India Rum, 
Ditto New-England Rum, 
Other diftilled Spirits, 
Imported Malt Liquors, 
On each pound of imported fnufF, 

Ditto Bohea Tea, 
All other India Teas 
Coffee, 

Imported Chocolate, 
Ditto Loaf Sugar,. 
Brown ditto, 
Foreign Salt, per bum. 
On all other Goods, Wares and Merchandize* 
not the growth or manufacture of the United, 
States, 2\ per cent, on thefirftcoft, to be paid by 
the Retailer. 

All fales made in this State> 
Of imported Wines, or diftilled ? 
Spirits, by lefs quantity than 5 
Of Bohea Teas by lefs quantity than 
Other Teas, do. 

CoiFee, do. 

Imported Chocolate, do* 
Do. Loaf Sugar, do. 
Do. other Sugars, do. 
Do. Salt, do. 



40 Gal. 

75 lbi 
5° 

100 

5° 

100 
224 

10 Bufh. 

-*■ 

And. all Sales o£ other Goods, made by any! 
quantity, except to licenced Retailers, whofe Li-i 



cencc is in force, and fhown at the time of fuchj 
fa>e ; except alfo, fales made to inhabitants of 
other States, to the amount of £.50 at one time, 
are considered as falling by retail. 

Every perfon before he retai^any of the goods 
fubjeft to Excife, msft obtain a licence of an af- 
fi ft a tit or jufticeof the peace; whofe fee is 4/6. 

And every juftke is to fend a copy of each re- 
tailer's bond and licence to the colle&or of the 
county. 

The 1 ft of January and July annually, is the 
time for each retailer and confumer to make out 
his manifeft. $fr 

The 1 ft. of April and September annually, is 
the time for each colle&or to fettle with the comp- 
troller. 

The penalty for every breach of the excife laws, 
is fourfold the fum of the excife, which the court 
(who has cognizance of the offence) fhall judge 
the delinquent pught to have paid, and coft of 
jprofecution. -i 

' 4* , 

Form of a Lifi of Polls ar.d Eft&lh rateabl? bj Law on tbt 

t £• ••<* 

Polls from 21 to 73 Years of A^e, at 18 00 

Ditto fiom 16 to a 1 y**", 900 

Qtzn and Bulls, four Years old, 3 00 
Cows, Steers, Helfeis ted Bulif, three Years o'ci, 200 

do. do. and. do. two Yeats do* 1 o o 

H>ifc -riving three Years old, 300 

D 1. two Years old, 200 

Do. one da. : 100 
Wutcs the fanoe a« Ho? ft -Kind, 

Piow-Lmd, p*r Acre, o ig o 

Upland, Mowing aod clear Pafture> 080 

Bog M«adow» mowed, 050 

jnr m- ■■— - "■■ ' ,■' J" ■'! ' ' I ' ViTrnar 



B*g Meadow rot mowed, 

M«*4o> Land in Hailford County © 15 o 
A 1 other Meadow Landi, both (alt and fsftfi,. 076 

F>,0i Paftura, - - - 7* 020 

Uriiaclofid Land, fi ft Rate, 020 

Dittc, - - ficarfd do, 010. 

Dj. - - thirTi ^ do. 006 

VeflVs per Ton, -« - - o 15 o 

Coachci, - * - *5 ° G 

Chariots, - - -T ■■•■.- ao o o 

Phatone, - ' - »S ° ° 

Cu?ric!«, - - - 10 o o 

Cbaifei, - - ' 5 ° ° 

Ruiing Chairs with open topi, md Suik/et, 3 o o 

G^id Watches, - - - 5 ° ° 

Silver and o*ket Watchss, - - 1 10 o 

Stec! and'brafs wheel Clocks, - 3 o o 

Wooden wh*e J do* - - 100 
Ounces of Silse* Piste, at 6/8. 6 pes Cent. 
Mene* on J Jtereft, 6 p*r Cent. 

■Houf«s— Tbt-^hua, tt - - 015 

X>q. dor depreciated J . - * o 11 o 

Do, — -_ jo. da. \ o 7 6 

X>o Ufcr. do. I 4 : ;- - 3 9 

Affsffnuntf, - 



Naval-Officers' Fees, as eftabUfhed by Law. .. 

For Clearance of a V* ffsl bound to any othe? 1 ' r 

cf the United Stater, J ° ° ° 

Ditto for a VefTii bound to the Weft-Jadi«i, o *ia 
Ditto for a Vtffs! bound to Europe, Afia, or 7 

Africa, - - - { 0l2 ° 

For a R*gifter, S/. State Duty on do. 6/". o 14 ©. 

Far indarfitrg a Regifter, - - 020 

For cancelling a Bond, » - - 020 

Fjr Bond, - •> . , 

For Coikef, '. - - o 30 

For 1 Permit to load or unload', - o ao 
\|or JEntry of all Coafteri from New-York 7 

'K %& Rhqde-lfland , under 20 Tuna, J ° 3 ° 



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ptrior Caurt, 6/**— Do Gcurt of Error?, i*/~ 


<© 5 a 


1? Appeal 


from a fcsgie Jviinifter of the Law, 3J.— Do. 


f;om 


a Court 0' 


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B 




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*;;£ 


* f. 


d. 


?• 


d. 


2' 


<*. f .' i 


1 New-London Ferry, 


6 


2 C 


A- 


C 


6 


C 


|j . 


Hurllu.t y s r Ferry, 


3 a 


£ 


1 


i 


3 


C 


° *iw 


Hall's do. at Norwich 


2 


° 4 


1 


"2 


3 


G 


' Ditto at Sbetucket, 


2 6 


O - 3 


i 


4 


3 


O 


if 


Niantick Ferry, 


1 c 


1 





3 


1 


C 


° t 


Say Brcck do. from ) 
"i-ftO^toift^/r/V. J- 


8 c 


3 c 


6 


O 


8 





1 
1 
i 


Fromift^.ioifiCfe. 


6 c 


2 


4 


G 


6 


C 


1 


. jBrocAivay's ditto, 


2 


1 


1 


1 
4 


3 


G 


° a 


Warner's ditto,, 


3 c 


1 c 


c 


1 
2 


2 


O 


i' 


Chapman } s ditto, 


2 c 


I 


1 


I 


3 


O 


t'B 


Eafi Haddam ditto/ 


2 c 


3 1 
J 4 


1 


| 


3 


G 


M 


Middhicwn . ditto, ' 


3 G 


° 4 


1 


j 
A 


3 


C 


; 


RoUj-Bitt&tt®, ' 


2 


4 


1 


1 


3 


G 


tl 


GUjcnbiiry djiito, 


2 c 


-| 


1 


4 


3 


C 


t| 


Keney's ditto, 


2 * 


° i 


1 


4 


3 


G 


O V 


Hartford ditto, 


1 f 


i 


r 


O 


2 


4 


ij 


' C.Wctcttfs ditto, 1 


2 


° -1 


1 


1 


3 


C 


J: ' 


•J over great river, j 

W Rivolet, 


•; 


k fan 


gL 


JP 


3 


3 

4 


ifer;i|| 



















^ 



<ik 



(Jz_L 



FA R E S of f E RR1E S continued. [ 



*J 



7. 



c 



,; } 



I 



O 

. o o 



c 



O J 



6 
o 

T 

i 

o.o 

I 

I 
I o 

i 



t3 « 

o ti 



3 

3 

8 

6^ 

5 

3 
J 3 

3 

r 

3 



d. n, 



Wind/or Ferry, at 
j Scantick, 
Nuffield ditto, 
Nviv<-Hx-vsn Upper ) J 

Ferry, 
Lower do. from ill 
Oc?, to i ft J/t 
Prom I ft April 

Stratford ditto,, 
:£>*r<$) dittos 
New -Town ditto, | 
2&-?Giat:i:k y j 

Kncw/es's, 
Stratford at the 
• {arrows, 

CincbefierzlGGrn-jjal 
-Dejborohgb's at the > 

Narrows over S^ > 

$aiuck- River, J. 
Packer xi'Mtfthk, z 

And the fare for eve; y two- wheel Carriage, with 
?ae man and ■ draft -horfe, to be double ; and foi 
'v?$y four-wheel carriage, one mm & draft- h'orfe, 

reble the fare tor a man.h^rfe and load, as flatec 
•bove ; and for every additional perfon, or horft 

r other beaft-, the fame as ftated above. 



( 88 ) 

A TABLE ftewirrg the value J^One Hundred; 
opahifh milled Dollars, in Continental Cur-! 
rency, at the following periods, agreeable to, 
m A& of the General Aiiembly of the State 1 



He 



3777* 

ftewhsr i# f 
i 5 'h, 
G&-„b$r lit, 

bir lit, 
iS-h, 
tiptctmhir i(t, 

II '77?' 

15 th, 

F$bru$*y 1$, 



ICC 

304 
x-e'9 
115 
Ifti 

12,7 
133 
139 

J 46 

160 

167 



;: 


March 


l% 


*75 


F 

§!%# 


15th, 


18* 


Ii*<: ' 


2G3 


ii 


15th,. 


a 4 


lp% 


!*• 


*Ja 


r* 


I S .h, 


»45 


l>«* 


1ft, ' 


£65 




15th, 


2.S1 


p*4> 


l-.ft* 


393 






15 h, 


33 2 


1 


Augufr 


i#i 


34S 


1 




icj^.h, 


37c 


1 


Septepabe 


' I.-&, 


40a 


1 




15th, 


42.9 


tiCcijitr 


ift, 


464 


I|iV0*/a£< 


15 th, 


50© 


r Tfi# 


- 545 




icch, 


m 


|j|i)fi;#w£*r ift» 


634 






15 h, 


679 



1779., 

January 1$, 
15 h, 

February 1 ..>,.. 
J5.h, 



March 
'April 
May 
Jum 
July 
Auguft 



ift, 

15th, 

lit, 
iS.h^. 
ifc, • 

151b, 

i 5 h, 

15 ** 
$*ptimbtr J il<> 

i5 th > 
Oclobtr iflf, 

* Novtmber 1>U 

15th, 
Decembir ift, 

15^ 
1780. 
January 1$, 

J5 f|, » 
Ftbrusry iff, 

15th, 
March ift* 

l'*»b» 



Delias I 
74* 1 
796 
868. 
93^ 

XOOClj 
IC48; 
IIO4 
1156: 

3,172 1 

1344! 
1404: 
i486: 

i 54 8 ; 

I63.H 

17^9 
iSoo ; 
1 9c 8 

ac3^| 
2151' 
S340; 
*433 
*597 
2741: 

299a 

3**5 

3333 
3533 
^331 
4000 









_< 


3:. 


) - <- * 


) per 


-ra^*mnm 


JA TABLE 


of Simple Intercj}* ztl 


Cent, 


Ij For any Stsm 


from 20-5". \<\C-¥ 


*©. 




11 


I 


Mon. 


3 Mon. J 6 JVfon.^ 


1 A 


Yeaf. 


1 £• 


J-. 


cL q. 


j. 


/•J, 


x, ^. <?• 


j. 


^ 


1 ] 





I O 





3 2 


070 


1 


2 


S 2 
1 

4 





2 I 





7 


I 2 


2 


4 





3 2 





10 3 


I 9 2 


3 


7 





4 3 


1 


2 1 


242 


4 


9 


5 





6 


1 


6 


300 


6 


® 


6 





7 


1 


9 2 


3 7 


7 


2 


7 





8 1 


; 2 


1 


4. 2 


8 


4 


1 8 





9 * 


2 


4 3 


4 9 2 


9 


70 








iO 3 


2 


8 1 


c 4 2 


10 


9 


\ £■ 


/. 


s, 4 


/. 


s. d. 


/. j. ^. 


/. 


s. d. 


to 


0" 


1 


r} 


3 


060 





12 O 


20. 





2 


O 


6 


0120 


1 


4 


l 3° 





3 


O 


9 ° 


0180 


1 


16 


40 





4 


O 


1 2 


1 40 


2 


8 


s°" 





5 


O 


1$ 


1 10 


3 





60 





6 


O 


18 


1 16 b 


3 


12 c 


70 





7 ° 


I 


1 


220 


4 


4 


■ 80 





8 


I 


4 


2 80 


4 


16 ® 


90 





9 


X 


7 


2 14 


? 


8 


j I3D0- 





io 


I 


10 


300 


6 





i ?oo 


I 





3 





6 00 


r 2 





I 300 

1 400 


I 


io 


. 4 


10 


9 00 


18 





. 2 





6 





t2 OO 


24 


Q O 


' coo 


2 


10 


7 


to 


V) 00 


30 


c 


; 600 


3 





9 





1 3 


36 


0, 


j 700. 


3 


10 


20 


10 


2< 


42 


o : 


3oo 


4 





12- 





24 OO 


4* 





900 


4 


10 


*3 


10 


27 OO 


54' 


O: 


; 'fooo c 





T s 





;o 00 


60 






( go ) 



JOURTirin me State oi Coimncticut^wiUi 
the days/or holding them iii the year 1789. 

Superior Courts. 
AT Litchfield., February 3 , and Augufi 4. 
At Fairfield, February' Vo, and Mgitfi 18. 

At New -Haven, February 17 and Augufi zz. 

At Hartford, March 3 , and September 1 . 

At Windham, March 17, and September 15. 

At Norwich, March 24. 

At New -London,, September 2 2\ 

A$t Middhiown, July 2%. 

At Holland, January 20. 

At Haddam,- January 27. 

Inferior Courts. 
At Hartford., April 7.. and November, 3. 
Ac New -Haven, March' 17, and November I 3. 
At New-London-, June 9. 
At Norvjich, November 24, 
At Fairfield, April 21, and November \j-. 
At Windham, Augufi 18, and December 15. 
At Litchfield, March 24, and September 22. 
At Mid diet own, November 1 o. 
At Tolland t . March 3, and- September 15* 
At Haddam,. April 7. 



The Gentlemen named in the following Lilt, were 
chofen by the Freemen of the State.of Connec- 
ticut, on the 10th day of November, 1788, to 
(land in Nomination for Reprefentacives of 
this State, in the Congrefs of the United States, 1 
to be hoi-Jen at New- York, on the Srft Wed- 
nefd ay of March , 17^9 
Jonathvn Sturges, Efq. I Tona. Trumbull, V/'q. j 
Be nj. Hun-ting ton, Efq. J Roger Sherman,. Efq. ] 



" 'Jercm. Wadfworth, Efq. 
Stephen M. Mitchel, Efq. 
JohnCl,iefter, Efq. 
James Hillhoafe, Efq. 



( 9i ). 

Eraftus Wolcott, Efq. 
JefTe Root, Efq. 
John Treadweli, Efq. 
Jedi<iiah Strong, Efq. 



American & Foreign Ambaffadors, Conful s 3 C5r. 

Hon. Thomas Jeff erf on, Efq. Minifter Plenipoten- 
tiary of the United States at the Cour-t of Ver- 
failles, and Commiffioner for negociating Trea- 
ties. 
Hort+William Carmichael,ECq; Charge des AfTaires 

of the United States at the Court of Madrid. 
Charles IV, F. Dumas, Efq. Agent of the United 

j States at the Hague. 

'Thomas Barclay, Efq; Conful General of theTJni- 

I ted States for France, Commiffioner for fettling 
the public Accounts in Europe, aivd Plenipo 

| tentiary for OttHng a Peace with Morocco andj 
the States PjUBarbary. 

■Samuel Shaw'^Eiq; Conful of the United -States! 

J at Canton in China. 

I Thomas Randal, Efq; Vice- Conful, ditto. 

\ John M. Pivtard, Efq; Commercial Agent of the 

$ United States at the Ifland of Madeira. 
Oliver "Pollock, Efq; Commercial Agent cf the' 

\ United States, at the Havannah. 
Richard JZutler, Efq; Superintendent of Indian 

\ Affairs for the Northern Department. 

) Richard Winne, Efq; Superintencant cf Indian 

!| Affairs for the Southern Department, 

j General Martin, Superintendent of Indian .Af 

\\ fairs at North-Carolina. 
Thomas Eutchins, Efq; Geographer of the United!' 

H States. " \ 



( 9* ) 



For the Year 1789. 



EC1PSES for the Year 1789. 



THERE will be Four ECLIPSES th:s year, viz. two of 
th? SUN, and two of thi MOON. 

I. The firft will be. a fmall Ecl'pfe of th* MooN/Msy 9*h,]j 
?ifib)*'in pirt. Th* Ecll- fcwili btgin at 3b. 5413. 2fec fnorr?. 
1 J. Th* fesead will be of the Sun, on the 24th of Maj T , 

III. Tht third will be of th* Moon, Nov*mber 2, in th* 
sveiihig 5 Vsfiblfff . Th* Eclipfe will begin at 6h. aim. 44fsc* 

IV. The fourth will b* of th* Sun ? November i6ch, at] 
ioh» 30m. in the evening ■$ invifiblc* 

N. B. Oa ths 6:h day of Diczmhtr, at 8h. 38m. there']. 
will b* a Tranfit of the Planet Mircury, upon tht Dflc cf the* 



Vulgar Notes for the Year ij?^» 
Dominies 5 Letter D Goldsn Numbsr 4 

Cvcl? of the Sun 6 Kp*a 3 



r*ia«?st Venus ??fll be M$>rei&g Stir ro May 3otfc $ 

f > t/ bene* Evtning Star to ths EnH e^ eta Y<.-.i>. 



Difk c^,C5 of Higk-»Vater at (e»siai Jr'iacej i»om 
New-London. 

AT New-Yoife, Tarpaulin Cove and Say brook Bar,; 
the fame a 5 New London, —at Rhode Jflaud and Am-j 
.boy, 40 Minutes foonitr— as Providence 25 Minutes (boner j; 
J— at Sandy-Hook 2 Hours and 40 Minutes fooner— »at Al- k 
jbany, 3 Hour* and 10 Minutes fooner— at Bcftor^ 2 Houri? 
land 20 Minute* later— at Guilfotd ar-d New-Haven> 2 Hours j 
and 50 Minute later— at Philadelphia, 5 Hours 20, Wi- 
i'nut*» iatcr— at Norwich-Landing, 45 Minutes later-— at 
I Southold Harbour, 2 Hours and 10 Minute* late** 



t 




JANUARY 


hath 3 


1 


days. 






Firilquar. 4 day 1 1 mor. 


Lad quar. 18 day 4 mor 




[Full moon 1 1 day 1 aft. 


New moon 26 day r mor^ 




"M\lV 


Knlendar, t &c: 
Circumcifion. Windy 


\n.Qjet\bH> ,t(\t\®s t 




7 28 


5 


12 54 


9 58 




2 f 6 


weather, and perhaps 


7 28 


5 


I 36 


10 59 




; 3J 1 


flow of clock 5m. 


7 2 7 


5 


2 18 


Morn. 




2d 


D0 D /now or 


7 2 7 


5 


3 


8 




' 5 2 


7*'s fouth 8h. 36m. 


7 26 


5 


3 4 6 


S7 




V 


Epiphany. rain 


7 26 


5 


4- 3 2 


1 56 




• 7 


4 


or hail. Cold 


7 25 


5 


5 21 


3 




8 


5 


Day's length 9)1. 12m. 


7 24. 


5 


6 13 


4 5 




9 


6 


O flow or clock 8m. 


7 24 


5 


7 10 


5 H 




10 


7 


frofty weather. 


7 23 


5 


8 10 


6 16 


1 


n 


D 


Sun. pail Ep. § Q Q 


7 22 


5 


9 ;| 


& rife 




12 


2 


$ per. lat. 4! S. 


7 22 


5 


9 S 6 


6 37 




13 


3 


M?n? (Q 7 f 


7 21 


5 


10 5 


7 4 6 




.H 


4 


Valentine, moderate, 


7 20 


5 


11 45 


9 3 




15 


5 


7*s fouth 7I1. 39m. 


7 20 


5 


12 40 


ib iS 




16 6 


hut foon clouds up 


7 l 9 


5 


1 35 


n iS 




iy 7 


K. of Poland b. 17,2. 


7 i2 


5 


2 30 


Morn. 




,18 


D 


2d pall Ep.- d QJ 


7 17 


5 


3 22 


22 


• 


hg 


2 


O -in 3? /<?r a ftorm. 


7 16 


5 


4 i> 


i 30 




20 


3 


IC. of Spain b. 1716. 


7 15 


5 


5 ° 


2 34 


: 


21 


4 


Twil. ends 6h. 30m. 


7 H 


5 


5 49 


3 34 


2 


22 


5 


Days length 9I1. 34m. 


7 13 


5 


6 30. 


4 26 


• 


23 


6 


O. flow of clock 12m. 


7 12 


5 


\7 10 


5 i£ 




4 


7 


K. Sweeden b.. 17.46. 


7 11 


5 


?o' 


5 5? 




25 


D 


jdpaft.Epip, 


7 10 


5 


8 32 


6 41 


: 


26 


2 


cJ'Gt #apog. 


7 9 


5i 9 l6 


Diets 




j 2 7 


3 


S lat, 5 N. Eajterly 


7 


5 IO '9 


6 34 


j 


.28 


4 


k SC 5 .£ winds, 


7 7 


S-.io 45 


7 27 




29 


5 


which bring a ft or m. 


7 6 


5; 1 1 3° 


j B 35 


' 


30 


6 


King Ch. I. beheaded 


7 5 


5.12 i s 
p r 


j 
\% 32 




te 


7 


7 *s fouth 6h. j' mi 7 4 


id* 31 



Q: 



FEBRUARY hath 28 days. 



Firftquar. 3 day, 4 mor. 
Full moon 9 day, 1 1 nig. 



Laft quar. 16 day, 5 aft, 
New moon 24 day> 8 aft, 



M\W\ Kalender^c* [r. Q/. \fulfa\ri. 3) s. 



9 

ID 
M 

I 1 
13 

!l 

U 
I 

39 
20 

2* 

*5 
2 6 

*7 
*8 



4th after Epiph. 
p *s fouth 6h. 26m. 
D © © Moderate vuea- 



O flow clock 14. /^r<6 59 6 
Days length loh. 4111.J6 586 
Treaty of Alliance wirh;6 $j 6 



7 3 S * 45 11 3?£ 



\l 



2 5 
* 5 



(France, 1778. fo 

Septuageflima, this 

8 O D #per. y*<j/fo, 

iFull tides, bat foon 

4Gen.Wiafh.ing. b. 1732, 1 

5?*s fouth 5I1. 45m. 

6 



6 56 6 

6 546 

6 S3 6 

6 52 6 

6 51 6 

49 6 

?© flow clock 1. 5 ma. 6 48 6 

-grows windy. p 47 6 

DfDays length ityh. 28m, 6 46 6 

DQI 3) »■ SSwii 6 44 6 

may noiv expeft 6 43 6 

# ■/////* farcr* 6 4 

enters >£ /now, [6 40 6 

<whicb may turn to rain}6 39 6 

;*s let *2h. 42IXU 5 38 6 

Shrove Sunday. 6 36 6 

CMpog. Much cloudy <6 35 6 

Shrove Tue£ <$ Q • 6 34 6 



2 3°, 

3 2 2 

4 15 



o 1. 

6 54. 

7 47 

8 40 

9 3 2 

10 24 

1 1 .17] 



Mom. 

32 

1 36 

2 42 

3- 48 

4 49 

5 50 
® rife 



o 41 

7 48 

8 56 



12 1 010 



1 4'it 

1 S7 

2 50 

3 35 

4 2Q 

5 4 



Morn* 
o 15 



0lat.£ N v 6 32 6 

S3 3 £ *weath*r 6316 

Twilight ends 7)1. 41x1.6 30 6 
d?^»/ this, time* 16 28 6 



1 20. 

2 17 

3 6 

5 4 8 »- 3 54 

6 3 2 4 34Jj 

7 161 5 12 

8 o 5 40 



44 



9 29 6 24 1 



10 14 

11 o 

13 46 

BB ^ B 



]) fetsj 



7 « 

8 151 

9 161 



M ARC f H hath 31 days 
fFirfl quar. 4 day, 6 ait 



mm 



1 



'Full moon 11 day, 91x101-, 



Laftquai*. 18 day/^mor. 
New moon 26 day, 2 aft. 



! M|/T|- Kalender, fcgff. . |W. Q/.|/W/*fl|r' D - 



iDSt. David. 

grj weather* Chilly,. 

3 o flow clock 1 2m. 

4 U.Q D windy and 

5 Days length nhi8m. 
6; cold.. Flying clouds. 



3 

4 

5 
6 

1 
» 

! ic 

] u 

... 

'12 

(*7 

1 

?20 
21 
22 

2 3 
24 
25 

6 

27 

2 

129 

39 

a ; 31 



l\ 



Twilight fhortcft.. 



Unfetthd [6 27 6 

6 25 6 
6 24 6 
6 23 6 
421 6 
6 20 
6 19 6 
6 17 6 
6 16.6 



2 32I10 16 



1 \\ 



D'zd in Lent. 57^. 

2 ! 7*sfet>iih. 44m. 

3 O.perig.. 'winds* 
4J.8O ». High tides. 

Saw* ra*» or /now. 
New planet difcover'd, 
7*s fet 1 11124m (1 781.. 
3d in Lent. Cold 
@ & nights, and 

3»St. Patrick. y?»7£ 

4 D G 4ft pleafant days* 
O flow of clock 8 m 
O in T 

Day's length i"2h. &m. 
4th in Lent. 
•, apoge. Windy*. 

Flying clouds*. 
Lady- day. and 

6 0D fome /hewers , • 
• lat. 3fN. ..««rf ; 

8 T £ pffbtys 
D £th in Lent, 

O flow of clock 4m* 
7 # s fet toh 23.rn 



2 4 Morn. 

2 50 



il 1 \ 



14 6 

'6 13 

,6 12 6 

6 10 

9 6 

76 

6 6 
46 

3' 

2 

16 
5 59 7 1 
S 58 7 
5 50 7 
5 S5 7 
5 53 7 
5 5« 7 
5 5 ! - 7 
5 49 7 
t 4*--7 
5 47 7 
l 5 4? 7 



3 43 

4 3^ 

5 3o 

6 24 

7 18' 

8 12 

9 ^ 
9 59 

'° 53 
11.44 
12 36 



22; 

1 25 

2 30 

3 27 

4 17 

5 ° 
5 48 

%rife 

7 3*M 

8 47 

9 fffl 

1 1 o 



1 27fMorn. 

2 18 

3 6 

3 P 

4 3^ 



5 20 
6 



12 



7 32 

8 1.6 

9 ° 

■9-43 
10 36 

«. 24 
12 12 



3 
3 
4 
4 4 2 

S9 
)) iets, 
1 1 
1 1 



7 
8 

9 12 
10 13 
16 









^ 


A P R I L hath 30 days. 


A 


Firft quar. 3 day, 4 mor. 


Lafl quar. 1 7 day, 3 mor. 




: Full moon 9 day, 6 after. 


New moon 2 5 day y 5 mor. 




M 
1 


0^ Calender 9 &c. . | r. ©/. \fMjea\r. $ j 




4 A 1 1 Fools . CW mornings 


5 44 7 


1 48 


Morn. 




2 


5 


O flow of clock 3 m 


5 47 7 


2 36 


23 




j ^ 


6 


aQt *»*/ evenings. 


5 4i 7 


3 2 7 


1 22 




1 4 


7 


7*sfet roh. 8m. 2^a 


5 40 7 


4 13 


2 13 




' ? 


n 


Palm Sunday^ may 


5 3* 7 


5 *o 


2 58 




6 


2 


©per. Day- break 3h. 


5 37 7 


6 2 


3 43 




A 


3 


O flow elk. 2m. (50m. 


5 35'7 


6 54 


4 26 




8 


4 


Pretty full tides* 


5 34 7 


7 46 


"5 . : l 




9 


5 


SOD, 


5 33 7 


- 8 44 


rife 




10 


6 


Good Friday. 


5 3i 7 


9 39 


7 3B 




.11 


7 


Day's leng. T3I1. 


s 307 


10 20 


« 5i 


■ 


1 r 

1 1 


D 


£ a iter Sundays J & 


5 2 9 7 


11 n 


4 54 


' 


■*3 


2 


Spend no time idly ; 


5 2 7 7 


1 1 52 


10 93 


\ 


,*4 


r 


i be fields and gardens 


5 26 7 


I2 ' S3 


11 46 




.15. 


4 


7*~s fet 9h. 2-8 ra. 


5 2 5 7 


1 44 


Morn. 




rl6 


5 


want your labour- 


5- 2 '4 7 


2 35 


28 




' r 7 


6 


□ Q D Plea/ant 


5 22 7 


y 20 


52 




18 


7 


'weather^ 


5217 


4 4 


I 46 




19 


D 


1 ft Sun d. after Eafter. 


5 2 ° 7 


4 43 


2 20 




■20 


2 


O in « apog. 


5 * 8 7 


5 3 2 


2 48 


■ 


21 


3 


Some fiying clouds, 


5 ! £7 


6 16 


3 5 


'; 


2 2 


4 


Q fall of clock 2m. 


5 l6 7 


7 0- 


3 48 




23 


5 


St. George. 


5 J 5 7 


' 7 44 


4 M- 




2 4 


6 


Day's length 1 3h 31m 


5 x 3 7 


8 28 


4 40 




t 2 5 


7 


St.MarkEvan. & Q D 


5 I2 7 


9 '2 


D lets 




26 





2d paftEaft; fclat. i-N. 


5 ll 7 


10 6 


8 20 




' 2 7 


2 


and perhaps thunder. 


5 I0 7 


10 56 


9 1 9 




28 


3 


Twilight ends 8h. 42m 


r ^7 


U 46 


10 20 




2o 


4 


7*s fet 8h 35m 


5. 7 7 


12 36 


M 18 


. 


3^5 


O && of clock 3m. 


5 67 i' 26 Morn. 


i 



m 


MAY hath 31 days. | 


If fFirit quar. 2 day, xomor. 
fl Full moon 9 day, 4 mor. 


Laft quart. 1 1 day, 9 nig. ! 


New moon -24 day, 5 aft. ! 




Firrtquart.31 day, 3 aft.! 


h\w 


| Kalendar, &c. \n. qj \ Fulfe/r\ri + s .\ 


T l i 6 


Phil, and Jacob. 


5 5 7 


2 *6\ n! 


1 V 


D0D y*s fet 8h-24m 


i 4 7 


3 6 


» 3 


j 3^ 


3d Sunday after Ealler, 


5 2 7 


3 59 


•I 48 i 


I < 


2 


"Somewhat cooL (&]>zr. 


5 ■ 7 


4 52 


-2 27 


l : s 


3 


© fall clock' 4m. 


j 07 


5 45 


3 2 


1 6 


4 


Gen.Elec./c. If and. 


4 59 8 


•6 i% 


3 38 


1 7 


5 


Cloudy , <£#</ //<Wy 


4588 


7 3i 


4 10 


1 ! 


6 


Day's length 14b. 6m 


4 57 3 


8 24 


4 42 


9 


7 


§ O & for rain Jhorlly. 


4 5 6 Si 


9 12 ©rtf 


* 10 


l) 


/t r rh after Ealler. £ 63 


4 55 8 


10 


8 50 


I ' TI 


2 


Now comes a f pell ~ 


4 54 8 


1© 47 


9 4.V 


i 12 


3 


7^ fet 7J1. 46m. 


4 53 8 


m 34 Jo z6\ 


i 1 ' 


4 


tf/* beautiful weather * 


4 52 8 


12 2l!II 1 7! 


H4 


5 


G E n . E l e c . Hartford. 


45^ 8 


I 8 Worn J 


Lh 


6 


Pleafant weather. 


4 50 8 


« 55 


4 i! 


:!['l6 


7 


O © J &W* Jhowers, 


4 49 8 


2 42 


30 1 


! n 


D 


Twil. ends ph. 33m. 


448 8 


3 28 


1 a 


18 

! 


2 


® apog. 


4 47 8 


4 14 


1 3« 


1 i 4 9 

y j-zo 


3 


Dark day 1780. <aW 


446 8 


5 ° 


2 s 


4 


in n perhaps 


4 41 8 


5 A 6 


2 30' 


, 2 ' 


5 


Day3 length 14b 32m 


^44 8 


6 32 


2 s 8 : 


^2 


6 


faft elk. 4m. 


4 43 $ 


7 18 


3 2 4* 


'23 

; c 4 


7 
D 


thunder* 
St. John. 6O© 


442 8 
442 8 


7 54 

8 50 


3 53 f 
»fe& 


H 


2 


Dlat. 1 S. 


441 8 


9 4 2 


8 it 


\ 26 


3 


Q 29^ Pleafant. 


140 8 


Jo 34 


9 4 


i : *7 


4 


Gen. Elect. Bojlon* 


439 8 


1 x z6 


10 3' 


lr«8 


5 


j*s rife 3I1. 39m. mor. 


* 39 8 


12 19 


I! |l 


1*9 


6 


St. Peter. Likely 


438 8 


1 12 


xi 44 


M° 


7 


D perig. for rain. 


437 8 


2 5 


Morn. 


(lii 


D Whit Sunday. 


43 7 8 


2 58 1 26 



i 



JUNE hath 30 days," 



Full moon 7 day, 3 aft 
;Laft qnaivi 5 day, 2 aft 



Newiiioon 23 day, 3 mor. 
Firft guar. 29 day, 6 after 




11 2 7*0 nie 3b 24m morn. 4 

2 3J0 fail of clock 2m. I4 

y 4;Night^ leng. 9)1. 10m. '4 

5JGeo. 3d,^K. G. Brit. 4 

6 J Q (b. 1738.4 

Warm weather , ##S -4 

Jj-inity Sund. g O @ 4 

2 /bowers, with thunder, a. 

■ 9; 3 Days length 14k 56m '4 

•0 fad of clock im. I4 

5 1 ■'- rife 2h. 44m. mor J4 

p apoge. '4 

f3j : 'V. Mary died A. D. 40, f 4 

jii^Diftp^ftTrin. (TE.60.J4 

f.15! 2DOd O & elk". ev.;4 

L-ID; % The feathered choir re-\\ 

I 17, 4* »f«u; ?fo/r artlefs lay — '4 

[ 18; 5 flow of clock im. I4 

I 2 9; 6 //'/#£• thro* the air, or 4 

20; 7; warvle $n the /pray. -4 

2 ijT 2d paft Tr'iB. ©in 93 4 

!| ,22! 2 Day's length 1 jh. 14 

23! 3; 6 O &<*£W *M'» ; 4 
ji 24 s 4 ; Full titles. $ lat. 4 fc'4 
1 25J 5;&2St# {St. John.^ 
I 26 6 ]) perig. with genvle -4 
[' 27] ~\/k>cwcrs now and then. '4 
I i&Dhd pail Trinity. I4 

J 29' 2j$t. Peter. D0| [4 
[30 3J7*-srife ih26in. 4 



j/7.Qy. fa7^tf |rT57- 



3* 
36; 
35 

35 
34 
34 
33 
33 
32 
3 2 
3i 
3i 
3i 
3i 
3< 
3° 
3° 
3-° 
30 
3° 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 

3* 
3* 
3 J 



3 



£ 49 

44c 

5 1< 

6 2; 

7 *; 

8 ; 
8 S : 

( 9 3< f 
8.10 2, 

8 1 !! Ic 

8)1 1 s( 

8J12 4r 
8 ! 1 

«H 

8 2 

8 : 3 
8 !4 

8 , 5 

8 6 

8' 7 4 
8 8 V: 

£ 9 -5 

8 10 16 

S'n c 
812 a 

8j o 57 
8 1 51 
8] 2 4' 
8^ 3 36 



1 

1 39 

2 11 

2 43 

3 2 5 

4 o 
$ rife 

8 3 

9 ic 



2£ 

si 

h 

ic" 

& 

J4 



9 5* 

10 28 

ii o, 
n 31 

Morn, 
o 
o 
o 
I 
I 



3 5 ; 
D lets 



40 ! 
33' 

54 



10 

• o 

** 3 r 

Mere. 
o 4 



/ 



JUL Y hath 31 "days. 



Full moan 7 day, 4 mor. [New rcoon 2-* day 1 1 mor 
Laftqoar. 1 5 day, 6 mor jFirftquar. 29 day; 1 mor 
M\W[ Kal&ider, &c. jr. Q / . | /W/^ f/Tg/ 



1 41 flew clock 4m.-. 

2 57*s fks ih 17m. 

3 a® £3 Windy, and 
4- 7 Tndepend. dccl. 1776. 

5 D til pa ft Trinity. 

6 2 Days length 14H 51m. 

7i 3 SO# >»' '*>» 
8 4 ^^#2^ j6<?#. 

S 9^0 flow of clock 5 m. 
10' 6 S a P°g- ^' weaibcj'j 
and thunder jbowcrs. 
<; til paft Trinity, 
Day -break 2h. 20 m. 
7*3' rife oh. 28'm. 
Commence. Camb* 
i6U : | «#* {oQ(T 

\J\ 6 J groT.fi tig fen/on* 
JT8j 7 { Tvvil. begins 2Jr/4&aK ! 4 *M 8 
1 016th 



i9U16th pad Trinity. 

2.Q flow of clock 6 -n. 
Some want of rain 



3 i 

5i©lat. 5 3. . a-perige. 
24 6j(& 26 rrt High ti 



51 7jSt. James. Dog-da 
6 ? >7chpaft Trin. (begi 



%buntter arul 



2 7\ 

28, 3 Days length 1 ui 2am ,'4 49 Sj 2 3 2 1 1 

29 4 n 5 lightning, and \ 50 8] 3 




ys j4 46 £ 

Wj 4 47 8 
! 4 4S tk 1 



■Zo s-&\ 



gtcjfs of wind. £ 5,1 8 4 



19il! 47 

6" Morn. 



31 6 7*$ rife 1 ib 20m. 4 52 8) 4 53 



y 



A UG'U ST hath 31 da*.s. 



^Z-v 



Full moon 5, day, 5. ait. 



New moon 2 c day, 6 aft 



i Lad guar; i 3 da y 9,nig:{Fi rflquar. 27 day 1 mor 



; J M\ IF\ ~ Kc'kndar, Wt . \r.Qs. \fiiUfe* 



Li 

I1 14 



7{jLat*Laaas* 



7*srife 1 1 !> 4 53 8j 



5- 40 
D 3th pairFrin. (16m. 4 54 8] 6, 27 
2;7*'srife 1 111.9111. 4 55 8J 7 15 

3;0 flow dock jm^ 4 5 6 8 ! & 2 
4-IS 0@/Twii.ends3h 4 57 8i 8- 48 



(4-m. j4 

apoge.. Warm [5 

weather, and Jigm\$ 

9th pail Trinity. [5 

0/" a^ftorm very foon. [5 

5 



iDay break. 3b. 11m. 
4'7*s rife ioh 35m 



, 5 5 

V 

[1.8 

l 9 
20 
ai 

1*3 

fci : 

< 

*9 7 
hoD 
'31 * 



□ Q J A change 
61 y weather. 

7>0 flow clock 4m*. 
10th pail Trinity. 
2 Twilight ends Sh 37m 3 
3] fi*/, #W thunder J 5 
4jDays length tiki 12m 5 14 
5? <5 6 ® High tides.. j5 -fe'j 



! 



■9 
o 
1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
7 



in many places. -'5 
1 ith paftTrin. Qin"R 5 

i5 

Is 

I 

*5 



St. Bartholomew. 
7 #? s rife 9b 46m. 
5 Q Some want 

DO D of rain* 

Q flow clock la 

Cool nights. 
1 2 th pari Trin. 
© and clock even. 



7 IO 

7> 
j i ;> 



32 
16 

o 

44 
28 
12 



9 

18 710 

*9 7. 11 
20 7 12 



2'J 

2 3 

2 4 

2 5 

27 



9 

9 

56 10 

4cjio 
3 32|U 



1 5 

1 57 

I 2 5° 

1 3 54 

@ rift 

7 *4* 

7 50 

8 20 
8 4c 

61 



37t 
*3 

26} 



2 4;Morn 



16 

9 

2 

55 
48 

4i 

35 
28 
22 
N 



201; 

1 22I 

2 3 OIL 

3 4*11 

1) fets 

7 H| 

7 59$ 

8 33j| 
8 5- 

3 3 t| 

,3 i 

48 



9,10 

2'll 

47*11 

4 32 Morn. 

5 '7, o 4» 

6 2 1,4+! 



m 


*»»* 


SEPTEM BER hath 30 days. 


T 


Fall moon 4 day, 9 roor. 


New moon 19 day 2 mor. . 




Laftquar. 1 2 da v. 10 mor. 


Firftquar. zc day it ni& 


.^j/^l Kalendar, &t. \ri.Q)fet\pilljea 


r.ftj. 


1 


3 


O i ait clock im. 


S 3i 7 


6 46 


2 46 




2 


4 


Commenc. Provid. 


5 32 7 


7 3° 


3 49 




3 


5 


Dog-days end. 


5 33 7 


8 14 


4 5° 


[ 


• 4 


6 


8 0© $apoge. 


5 35 7 


"8 56 


9 nft- 


j 


- 5 




Kirft Cong, met, 1774 


5 36 7 


9 43 


6 53 




6 


D 


Ijthpaft Triii. 


5 37 7 


10 28 


7 21 . 




7 


2 


7*s rife 8h. 59m. 


5 39 7 


1 1 14 


7 46 




8 


3 


Nativ. blef. V. Mary. 


5 407 


12 


8 i8 




9 


4 


Co m m e n c . N. Haven. 


5 4i 7 


12 46 


9 2 


1 


10 


5 


Days length \2.)\ 34m. 


5 43 7 


1 32 


9 16 


1 


1 1 


6 


fail of clod, 4m. 


5 44 7 


z 18 


10 7 


I f 


12 


7 


D03 Windy,, 


S 45 7 


3 4 


11 71 


II 


'3 


D 


14th paft Trinity. 


5 47 7 


3 58 


Morr e 




H 


2 


and perhaps rain*. 


5 4 8 7 


4 53 


7 


. 


*5 


3 7*s rife -8-h-f 30m. 


5 49 7 


5 4B 


1 *5 


' 


16 


4'Com m E n c. Dartmou. 


5 5 1 7 


6 42 


2 32I 


< 


*7 


5J Warm days\ and 


fc 5 2 7 


7 38 


y so 




1 8 


6 # perige. <W nights, 


5 54 7 


8 3.2 


4 59 




<9 


7 6 O D Very hig'/Uides. 


5 55 7 


9 2 5 


D fets 1 


x 
I 


zo 


D' 1 5 th" pad Trill-. 


5 567 


to 1 4 


<5 5"4i 


l\ 


21 


2 St. Math. Evan. 


5 5« 7 


u 11 


7 Hi 




22 


j'Oin^ feQ 


5 59 7 


12 4 


8 13] 




2 3 


4 Day's length 12J1 


606 


12 56 


8 56; 




H 


5 fad of clock 8m. 


& 2 6. 


1 48 s 


9 «'' 
10 4V 




2 5 


. a S> S$fe weather 


6 * 3 -6 


. 2' 40 




26 


7| changes often. 


646 


3 2 4 


1 1 42 


. 




Di6thpaftTjrin. Twil. 


i 66 


4 a 


Morn. 




>3 


2J (ends^/hu 34m. B 7 6 


4 5 2 


45 




:z 9 


3,3t. Michael. [6 9 6! 5 36 


1 47. 


. 


-;o 


4 7*s rife 7h 3.7m 6 10 6 1 6 20 


2 49.J 



I O C T O BER hath 31 days. 

Full moon 4 day, 2 mor.lNewmoon 18 day 1 1 mop 
Laftquar. 1 i.day, 9 afr.|Firilnuar>. 2; day, 3 aft. 



I 



M\IV\ Kalendar, iSc. \ri.Q/e( Fulfea\r. Qs. 



t;»2 

J 3 

■4 

•ii 

f,l 

21 

22 

S; 2 4 



tail clock mil, 
D apogr Windy. 

7*$ rife 7I1. 26m. 
ythpailTrin. 8Qi 

More rain foon. 
Day* break 4b 37 m. 



11 6 
136 
1 4. 6t .8 
16 6 
176 
iS 6 

20 6 

21 6 
6226 



24 



Plea/ant. 
fray's length nh TSm 
Q fad clock 1 3 in. 

C<W and ferene. 
i8thpaftTrin. QQg 
Frojty nights: 
MS arm for the feafon 
7*s rife oh. 44m. 

Grows windy and 
D perig. btitjlering 

Full tides, 
19th pall Trid. (J O I 

jR///>/ very /con, 
t Q cv the 

planets deceive me* 
L r f*ft dock 16m, 
6j0 in. m; 

7»Days length ioh 34m. |6 43 6 

25JD 20th pad Trin. D 03 6 446 

Frofiy nights. 6 45 6 

7*s rife ^h 55nv 16 47 6 

St. Simon and Jude. \6 48 6 

£/£*/ tf a ftirm, )6 49 6 

<D apoge. New 16 50 6 



25 6 

27 6 

28 6 

29 6 

31 6 

32 6 

33 <S 

35^ 

366 

3/6 

39 6 

40 6 

41 6 



[aft 


2 


*7 


1 


28 


4 


''2Q 


5 


30 


.6 


h?. . 




3< 


7 



// comes. 



f: 



9 
10 
10 
1 1 
12 
1 
2 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

9 

to 

1 1 

12 
1 

2 
2 

3 
4 
J 

1 



4, 3 SJ 
48. 4. £0 

3*' 5 46 
19 ® riie 

6 , 6 34 

53 7 p 

40 7 3 

2 7, 8 235 

14 9 io| 

1 10 8 
48 r 1 18 

41 Morn 

34! ° 39 



1 34 

2 501- 

4 5| 

]> fets! 

6 i3p 

6 52 

7 38 

8 33j 

9 341 
,.,10 34I 

54| 1 5« a 
38 Morn 



■7 
21 

•5 

9 

4 
54 
44 
34 

21 

1 



5JLL-.iL- 1 ,- J 



41 

1 4'h 

2 40 ' 

3 39! 

4' 38' 



v fsJKJ- rr 'Jwyc-aisrT'^ 



R O "V EMBER 



ull moon 2 day, 6 ait. 
Laftquar. ioday,6 mor. 



New moon i b day, 10 ait, 
Firfcquar. 24 day 1 1 mor. 



M\W\ Ktlcndar, fcfr. |r/. Q>fi^ful~Jea\r. % - S: * 



1 


D 2»itpaitTrin. [6 53 


6. 8 2 


5 37, 


2 


2 g O © ^en. Wajbing. 


6 54 


6 


8 45 


$ rife 


> 


3*(took leave of A. army. 


6 55 


6 


9 34 


5 41 ! 


4 


4 King William. 


^ 57 


6 


10 23 


6 27. 


5 


5 Day- break 5I1 ]6ra. 


6 58 


6 


1 1 12 


7 »'! 


6 


6j*s rife 5h. 17m. 


6 59 


6 


12 1 


8 6 i 


7 


7j0faft clock j 6m 


7 


5 


12 50 


9 °\ 


8 


D:22d pafl Trinity. 


7 1 


5 


* 39 


IO 14 


9 


2j Cool iveat for, after 


7 2 


5 


2 28 1 1 27 


1C 


3 D0d which 


7 3 


5 


3 2 1 :Morn } 


1 1 


4'Days length gh 50m. 


7 5 


5 


4 15 


3-7 


1 2 


5|©perige. rain or 


7 6 


5 


5 * 


1 '47! 1 


1 3 


6] Jaenu. Windy. 


7 7 


5 


623 2; 


14 


7.7*8 fouth cli 15m. 


7 .8 


5 


6 55 4 *3J 


! 5 


0:23d pail Trinity. 


7 9 


5 


7 491 5 2 °: 

8 32|D fets| 


16 


3|&Iaft 1 N. 


7 10 


5 


*7 


7, M 


5 


9 3 2 ; ? 20' 


1 8" 


4 Great Earthqua. 1755. 


7 J 2 


5*10 18 6 19J 


h 


S 


/£* w^ <?/* 


7 *3 


5J11 6 7 i6 ( ! 


20 


6 


Day -break yh 36m. 


7 H 


5J11 54 8- 19! 


21 


7 


Ofait clock 14m. 


•7 15 


512 52] 9 22 j 


22 


D 


24th part Trin. Qin/ 


7 16 


5 


1 3010 24 


2 3 


2 


/£// month. 


7 «7 


5 


2 1711 25: 


H 


3 


<aOa CW 


7 1.-8 


5 


3 ^Morn j 


z 5 


4 


begins to 


7 .18 


■5 


3 49J ° 36 ( 


26 


5 


^apoge. f$ztf£ <?#. 


7 19 


5 


4 33 1 24, 

-5 Ig i 2 22 |! 


2 7 


6 


Days length 9'h. 20m. 


7 20 


5 


28 


7 


7*$ fouth uh. 12m. 


7 21 


5 


623 20j? 


29 


D 


25th pad Trinity. 


7 22 

7 22 


5 


6 57 4 18; 


3? 


2 


5t, Andrew. 


5 


7 42! 


$ >7ii 



'- 



DBCEM BERhaTh 30 days. & 


Full moon 2 day, noon. 


New moon 16 day, noon.; 


| Laftquar. 9 day, 1 aft. 


Firft quart. 24 day, 8 mor.j 


M\W\ Kalendar, cjfc. \ri. Q fet\fuljeai\r. *]). *, j 


I 


3 


Q faft clock 10m. 


7 23 5 


8 


-2.7 


6 ioj 
O rife 


2 


4 


8 ©♦ C^W 'weather, 


7 23 5 


9 


•c 


3 


'> 


7*s fouth loh. 50m. 


7 2 4 5 


9 


53 


-5 5»j 


4 


6 


Cloudy, and likely 


7 2 S 5 


10 


44 


■6 58 


5 


7 


Twilight ends 6h. 18m 


7 25 5 


11 


36 


7 58| 


6 


D 


Advent Sunday. 


7 26 5 


12 


« 


9 16 


! 7 


2 


for fnonu. 


7 '26 5 


1 


18 


20 


• 8 


3 


Day's length 9)1. 6m. 


7 27 5 


2 


9 


11 31 


9 


4 


OQ(£ © perige. 


7 27 5 


3 





Morn 


i 10 


5 


Winter weather. 


7 28 5 


3 


5 1 


43 


n. 


6 


Q fall of clock 6m. 


7 *8 5 


4 43 


1 54 


T 2 


7 


Sun-Jhine. 


7 *9 5 


5 


JS 


3 * 


1 13 


D 


2d in Advent. y& 


7 29 5 


6 


27 


4 10 


I l 4 


-2 


'Clauds up 


7 29 s 


7 


19 


5 16 


f 5 


3 


7*$ fouth gh 58m, 


7 295 


8 


1 1 


5 5* 


» i§ 


4 


6 O fir a 


7 30 S 


5 





J fet* 


17 


5 


Jlorm of fno°w 


7 30 5 


9 


48 


5 4S 


i i S 


6 


Day-break jh. 47m. 


7 30 5 


10 


34 


6 50I 


P9 


7 


Days length 9I1. 


7 30 S 


XI 


20 


7 53 


20 


D 


3d in Advent. or 


7 3° 5 


12 


6 


8 54 


21 


2 


St. Thomas. Oinltf 1 


7 30 5 


12 


5 2 


9 59' 


22 


3 


?*o fouth 9I1 .27m. 


7 30 5 


1 


37 


lb 56 


23 


4 


• a P°g» rain. 


7 30 S 


2 


23 


1 1 56 ! 


24 


5 


G0) Cold t frofty 


7 30 y 


3 


•8 


Morn 


2 5 


6 


Christmas. *ivea - 


7 30 $ 


3 


5+ 


51 


26 


7 


St. Stephen. r£*r. 


7 30 5 


4 


40 


1 5 c 


2 7 


D 


St. John- Innocents. 


7 30 5 


5 


2 5 


2 49 


28 


2 


Sew this Almanack 


7 2 9 5 


6 


12 


3 49 


29 


3 


to your old ones, and 


7 2 9 5 


6 


58 


4 4 s 


3° 


4 


buy a neiu one. 


7 29 5 


7 


44 


5 48: 


3i 


^ St. Sy I veffcer. 


7 28 5 8 


30 6, 46 



i i 



4 



Gcoton, 
$fomagton, 

Wcftirly, at ? 

WcfterW, 

CharUfowa, 
.Fower Hiif, 



R O 

( Nd. I. ) 
Jtoj^ ft Newport. 



"A 



Barbrrr, 
Haliam, 

B snd, 

Suaton, 
Green, 
Perry, 
F/snfcHn, 



Over the Ferry )Townfend 
oNewport,)^ Lawtorr" 4 



5° 



•(. *c U. v ) 

Lsvrtr cr Pofi Road ca 

Boston. 

(See Ro*d No, I.) 

To Tower-Hil', Pe.ry, 41 

North Kingft&E, Alien, 6 

Greenwich, A;ncld, 10 

Foliinr-Miil, Stafford, 3 

flthoboth, Slacks 4 

AttUborcugh, Dagget, 5 

■> Draper, 4 

Wrentham, JWaan, 5 

Walpole, Heydea, 6 

— Downer, a 

Dedham^ Amei or Gay, 8 

„ 7 Bracket, „ 

eT0N > $ Hatch/ " 
it6 



( No. 111. ) 

Middle Road to Boston 
tb V Provibencx; 

; Wiicic, 3 

Raymond, ) ^ 



►Norwich, Lore 1 , Lathrcp, 7 

Nswent, Eumbam, 7 

Hiinfield, Ea on, 8 

Voluntvjjfn, D afort, 4 

Coventry, Ki« x, 4 

Scituatt, Ttjicr, 4 

Angffy 4 

Johnfon, F'fk, 6 

Providence, Ric?, 8 
To Bofton, (SccNe, IK) 45 

104 

--■ ■ * > ■ 1 "" ■■ ' ■ ■ 

(JVo. JV.) 
F:om B jfton to Ncwbu- 7 

FfomNefrbarr-Port to) 



Potffaoutb, 



) 



From Poitfcaoutrv to j , 
Portland, ) bz 



129 



( No. V. ) 
Poft-Road to Hartford, 
Middletoton. 

- Whc«ltr, 

Msntville,, Aller r 
Cokhefter, Carter,. 

JKelloj, 

{Tabter, 
Chatham, Cemftuck,. 
■ ' " '■ Arnold, 

. — Higginty 

- Bu&, 

£ Fenno 3 
Upper boufei, Sage, 
RotkyHUJ r Grimef, 

*** §ES? 



i 

4 



^.Ro»d to Dartmcutb Coll* gt. 
C Haughtcn cr 



. Norwich, 



Rrymcnd, 
Lord or 
Lah op, 
RmJd, 
f R»p*tf , 
J Stan .fori 1 , 
Clark, 
Lomis, 
Convert, 



;fr 

; [Windham, 

: A ft ford, 

r ,: U:iion, 

.'jB/imfield, 

■ C'letksb; RUer, 

^Palms', Qumten, % 

B*iebtrtoi»n,t>wr'ghr, 10 

Amhwft, Field, 8 

Sti3(krland, Billings}. 6 

.MoRtaqjr, Root, 14 

•Nortbfield, Bunt, 6 

Krnfdile, Tailor, n 

Obtfterfhid, Snow, 9 
Wtrlmoreland, B attar fold, 9 

9 
8 



(Walpole 
'Number 4, 
jClaremoaft 
Corniflj, 
PUir.fidd, 
.Ltbanan, 
tCollcg^ 



Baldwin, 

Walker, 

Wait, 

Cfcaff^ 

Smith, 

- " - "■* 

B/ewfter, 



-5 

5 

5 

( No. Vlf. ) 
Rotd to NiW-Havin and 
Jfttvttr*. 

|Suyme, Parlour, 15 

jSaj-Bro'ok, tiy, 4 

filling worth, Busily 9 

Guilford, Coll '.at, 10 

fiBranford, Baldwin,. 10 



Milford v 
Stratford,, 



» 5 Goodiicn, ^ 

Clark, 10 

Barjvraii 






J«o>*calk, 
Midd'ef-x, 
Stamfjrd, 



Race', 

Yctm**!, 
Web* 



Horfc-Ntdr, Kna L 
R}*-, Hsviland, 

Minncck, Hor:on, 
New Roche), Eru/b, 
Eaft Chefler, Guying, 
K ngVBnd**, Hyaf, 
New-Ywk, 



1 

6 

6 
4 

4 

j 

'45' 



from A>w ?VrX to Phi 

ladtlpbia. 

Newark, Kenny jo 

Elizabeth Town,Graba<B, 6 

Bronfwick, Drake, 10] 

Ten milei run, Jooei, iot 
P/incetcn, Beekman, 
Trenton, Bergen, 
B.jftcly McElroy, 

Penny Peck, Holmu, io> 
Ixackfort, Mat tin, ^ 

Philadelphia, c 



96 



from Philadelphia to 
-AUxadrta.. 
Derby,, Hajef, 7 

Chefter, Withy, 8 

Wilmington, Btntky, 13 
Cbti&iana B/idge, Daibr* 9/ 
Head Elk, Hollingfworth 12 
Charhftown, Palmer, 10 j 
Acrofg Sufquebao. Durbir, 7 : 
Baltimore, M'Candlei 38 
The. Rope-Ferry, 
•Spurrier's Tavfrn, 
Roft'« Tarern, 
Alexandria^ JLomax, 



J 



I N D E X for the Register, 



t 



AM^arT-idon, &c. 9' 

Affiftipti, 11, 13 

pn.nbnd*e UmTeifity,75, 76 
^ Colombia Cjlleg*, 79 
Connecticut, defcnption of, 7 
Cincinnati, Offi:trs cf,. Si-^ 82 
Ccmm'iBoners tot fet- 
tling public acco-ns, Si 
Jourts, 90 
f)Artmouth College, 7? 
Delegates to Congrcfi, 13 
gXdfe, Collectors of, 35 
.. ■ payable in Connec- 
ticut, 83 
fTAufidd County Civil 

Officer*, 23, 24 

Farea of Ferrier,. 86 

F<«f men's Meetings, 
Q. 0? ernors, Prefidcnti, &c, 

of the Uaitec States, 79, &c 
CJArtford County Civil . 
Officers 16,, jS 

City Officer', ' * 3*4 

[ I ft of rateable Eftate, 84 
° LJtcbfiJd Couaty Ci- 
vil Officers, 27—29 
Loan- Officers, 81 
iV/TEdical Societies 82 
vx MidditTcx County 

Civil Officers,- 29, 3c 

MiddletownCitj'Offi:m, 34 
Militia, 38—67 

VTinifteri of thiGofpel,^— 75 



N 



Avi 



-Officers, 

their Fees, 



35 

*5 

Ntr-England,defcriptJonof, 5 

New-Ha-ren County -Jivil 

Offices, 4 jg, 20 1 

— City ditto, 33 
Nsw-Londcn Count/ C"- 

*il Offic*rt, 20—23 

— Cuy tit;o, 33, 34 
Njw- jeifey College, 79 
Nomination of Raprefep- 1 

u:i*ei to Cunareff, 90, 91, 

Norwich City Officers, 34 

Motariea Public, 55 

DEinfjlvanu College 79 

PobaU Judges and 

Cler;s, * $*~"?L 

P evidence College, 77 

Q Eprefcntatius, 14?— 16 

OCa*e of Peipseciation, 88 
. State Taxes, Colled- | 

01 i 0', 35— 3 8 

Supe:iar Cout, Judgee cf, 16. 
pAbie of late* eft, it 

6 per Cerjt. 89- 

TolJaad County Civil 

Officers, 30, 31 

^y Indham County Ct 

vil Office? ?,. 25, 2-6', 

Writs, dut'es so, 86 

Y Ale- College, 68 



All forts of BLANKS, com- 
monly ufed in this State, ,for fale at the 
Printing-Qffice, itfew-London, 



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For th£ State of 

CONNECTICUT: 

Vv I T H A N 

For the Year of oa: LORD, 
1790. 

Calculated for the Meridian 0$ New-. 
London, Lat. ^.i, 25* North j 

By NATHAN DAEQLL. 



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V f s. - " ■ 

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Freemen's Meetings in the State of Co* 
necticwt, as eft abli find by law, viz. 

IN the counties ^New-London, Windham, Litch- 
field, and Tolland, on the fecund Tuefday in Sep- 
tember. - 

In the counties cf Hartford, New-Haven, Fair 
field, and Middlesex, on the third Tuff day, in Sep- 
tember. 

And in every town in the ft ate, on the Monday next 
following the fir ft Tuefday in. April, at 9 o'clock in 
the morning. 

The qualifications for Freemen are, that they he at 
leaft twenty- one years of age, pofifefifed of freeheld 
eftate to the value of ispf. per ann* or ^.40 perjonal 
eft ate in the general lift tf eft ate s in that year w here- 
in they defer e to be admitted Freemen \ or are foffef 
fed of eftate as aforefaid, and by law excufed jrem a 
patting it into the lift ,— -being cf quiet and peaceable^ 
behaviour, and producing a certificate thereof from \. 
the felecl-men of the town that they are thus qualified, 
are intitled to take the Freemati's oath, which ?nuft> 
be done in open Freemen s Meeting ; but previous to 
this they m*ft h&vt taken the oath of fidelity ig theu 



ftegffter. 

«©0-<S» 

Lift of Civil Officers in the State of COR-i 

NEcricui: 
. I ^ 1216974 

His Excellency 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Esqjtiile, 

Governor. 



Tht Han . Ol i v e r Wolcott, E fquire, 
Lieutenant-Governor. 



Assistant s . 
William Williams, e(q> 
Andrew Adams, efa. j 

Benjamin Huntington, efq. 
Jofeph P. Cook, efq. 
Stephen M, Mitch el, efq-. 
William Hiilnoufe, ef<£ 
Er alias Wolcotr, efq. 
John Treadv/ell, efq. 
John Ch tiler, efq, 
James Hillhoufe, efq, 
Jedidiah Strong., eiq, 
Ictfe Root, efq-. 

Note, Andreiv AdamS, Jrjfc Root, and ErajluS Wolcott , 
efquiresy being appointed judges <>f the japerior courts ihe'ir feat, 
at lbs council board art •vacant, 



Gzrjr^e Wyil)*, efq. Secretary, 
Peter Colt, efq. Treasurer. 
Ralph Pomeroy, t{o k n Comptroller of public 

(accounts. 



( 4 ) - 

Judges of the Superior Court. 

Hon. Eliphalzt Dyer, Efq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Andrew Adams, efq. I Hon. Charles Chauncey, efq. 

Hon. JefleRoot, efq. | Hon Eraftus Wolcott, efq. 

George T^ir kin, efq. clerk. 



Civil Officers, &c. m the County of Hartford. 
Judges of the County Court. 
Hon. Stephen M. .Mitchell, Efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. John Tread well, I Hon. John Chefter, 
Thomas Seymour, | Roger Newbury, efquires. 

George Wyllys, efq. clerk. 
Jvflices of Peace, 



George' Wyllys, 
John Lawrence, 
*Noah Webfter, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Samuel Wyllys, 
William Mofely, 
John Robbins, 
Charles Churchell, 
Samuel W. Williams, 
Henry Allen, 
Solomon Grifwold, 
Solomon Whitman, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
Ichabod Norton, 
William Judd, 
Oiiver Humphrey, 
Daniel Humphrey, 
Noah Phelps, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Alexander King, 
Gideon Grange', 
Tbaddeiis Leavett, 
Edward Collins, 
Eliphalet Terry, 
John Reynolds, 
Elizur Talcott, 
Joiiah Hale, 
Philip Sciew, 
Elizur Hale, jun. 



John Curtifs, 
Ti.nothy Clark, 
William Wolcott, 
Frederick Elfworth, 
Jofeph Allen, 
George Pitkin, 
Jonath. Weils, £. Hartford 
Eliiha Pitkin, 
Richard Pitkin, 
Afobel Pitkin, 
Selah Hart, 
Ifaac Lee, 
Gad Stanley, 
Roger Riley, 
Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, jun. 
Jofeph Byington, 
Afahel Holcomb, 
Ozias Pcttibone, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Judah Holcomb, jun. 
Phincas Sheldon, 
John Mix, 
Reuben Humphry, 
Alexander Wolcott, jun. 
Amos Granger, 
John Trumbull, 
Oliver Wolcott, jun. 
Jedidiah Huntington, ^ 
(tfq-uircs 



1 



i 



( 5 ) 



John'Trumbull, eiq. f 'ate attorney ■ 
Praclifmg attornies. John Trumbull, Chauncey Goodrich, 
Thomas Young Seymour, William Mofelcy, Ephraim Root, 
Noah Weblter, jun. Enoch Perkins, efquires, Hertford* 
ijohn Williams, Thomas Chefter, efquires, Wether if dd. 
\ William Judd, Timothy Pitkin, jun. efquires, Farmitigtcn.i 
Rqger Rewbury, Alexander Wolcott, efquires, Windsor. 
Jonathan Brace, efq- Giafenbury. Nathaniel Terry, efq. 
Enfield. Gideon Granger, efq. Suffield* Benjamin Farn- 
ham, efq. Symfbury. 

Stephen Chefter, efq. fierijf. 
Deputy-Jhcrlffs\ John Dodd, Simon Clark, Hartford. Na- 
than Merrow, Eaft- Hartford. Simeon Bclden, Wethersfeld. 
Roger Hooker, Farmingi<m. William RviiTel, Simeen Grif 
wold, Windfor. David Shaw, Eafi-Windfer. 
Jonathan Janes, goaler* 
Toivn-tLrte. George Wyllys, efq. Hartford. Samuel 
William Williams, «fq. Wethersfeld. Henry Allyn, efq. 
■Wind/or. Frederick Eilfworth, efq. Eaf-Windfot. Solo- 
mon Whitman, efq. Farm'mgton. Mr. Sylvelter Wells.- 
Berlin . John Curtifs, efq. Soutbington. Mr. Jonathan Stan- f 
ley, Eaf- Hartford* Benjamin Farnham, efq. Simjbury. 
Alexander King, efq. Suffieli. Elsphalet Terry, efq. En- 
fell. Jofiah Hale, efq. Glajienbury. X>avid Byington, t{q* 
Mrifol. Mr. Judah Holcomb, Granhy. 

Civil Officers, &c. ,in the County of NeivHaven* 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. James Wadfworth, eiq. chief judge. 

Samuel Bifhop, efq. | Andrew Ward, efq. 

Joleph Hopkins, efq. j Gideon Buckingham, efq. 

Jofeph William Whiting, efq. clerk. 

Jufticei of Peace* 



James Wadfworth, 
David Auftin, 
Charles Chauncey,, 
Timothy Jones, 
Henry Dagger, 
Nefyemiah Smith, 
Ephraim Stong, 
Lewis Mallett, jun* 
Stephen Gunn, 



Eliphalet Hotchkif , 
Thomas Claik, 
John Hum pluy, 
Ezra Bronfpn, 
John Welton, 
Oliver Stanley^ 
Eliakim Hair, 
Caleb Cook, 
Street Hall, 



( 6 ) 



r J 



David Hal!, 
Samuel Whiting, 
Daniel Hall, 
Simeon. Parfons, 
John Burgifs, 
Thomas Burgifs, jun. 
Auguftus Collin s, 
William Starr, 
Elias Graves, 
William Gould, 
Edward Ruflell, 
Ebenezer RufTell, 
Jonah Clark, 
William Monro, 
Reuben At water, 
Samuel Beach, 



Thomas Darling, 
John DibMe, 
David French, 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Simeon Briftol, 
Baxil Munfon, 
John Hubbard, 
Thomas MansfieJd, 
Jofeph Pierpoint, 
Jofeph ^Darling, 
Saraucl .Davenport^ 
Brenton Hail, 
Roger Sherman, 
Stephen Ball, 
WehbTomlinfon, 
Pierpoint Edwards, efq'rs. 



John Peck, 

Jonathan Ingerfoll, efq. fate attorney 

PraSiifing attomies, Jonathan Jngerfoll, Pierpcint Ed- 
wards, JameS'Hillhoufe, Mark Leavenworth, William Ilill-| 
houfe, Elizur Goodrich, Abraham .Bifhop, Dyer White, 
Simeon Baldwin, David Daggett, Jonathan Teavitt, efq'rs,' 
Ne-w- Haven. Oliver Standley, Samuel Woodruff, eiquires, 
Wallin^/ord. Nathaniel Rofletter, efq. Guilford. Abraham 
V. H.\De Witt, efq. MilforJ. 

Jonathan Fitch, efq. fieriff. 

'Deputy-Jheriffi. Abraham Augur, Samuel Thacher, Jo- 
nas Prentice, Peter Woodward, John R. Throop, New 
Haven. Eliakim Hall, jun. IVallingford. Michael Peck, 
JMilford*. Samuel Scrantom, jun. Guilford, 
Abraham Augur, goeler. 

*T*<wn-clerht. Samuel BHhop, efq. Neiu Haven* Mr. 
Amos Perkins, Wcodbridge. Jofiah Bradley, efq. £aJ}~Ha~ 
ven t Jofeph Pierpont, efq. N*rib-Have». Simeoi Briltol, 
efq. Hamdtn. Mr. Elifha Whittlefey, jun. lVM*gf*ra\ 
Simeon Parfcos, efq. Durham. Thomas Burgifs, efq. XJuil- 
ferd. John Humphreys, efq. Derby. Gideon Buckingham., 
efq. Milfrrd. Samuel Beach, efq. Cb<Jkire. Capt. William 
Leavenworth, Waterbury. Col. Edward Ruflell, Branford. 



Civil' Officers, &c. in the County of Neiv-Londtn. 

JiiJges of the Cuunty Court* 

Hon. William Hillhoufe, e(q. chief judge* 

William Noycs,- efq* [ Benjamin Coit, ef^i 

Charles Phelps, efq. | Marvin Wait, efq; 

Winthrop Saltan (tali,, efq. clerki 

Jujiiia Oi "Peace- 



Hon. Mat. Grifwold, 
Samuel Coir, 
r \ imothv Green, 
Jolhua Coit, 
Grifwold Avery, 
Jofeph Harrifs, 
Thomas Shaw, 
A mafa Learned, 
Jeremiah G, Brainardi 
Simon Tracy, 
Elijah Backus, 
Chriftopher Lsffingwelf, 
Samuel Tracy, 
Rufus Lathrop, 
Samuel Leffingwcll, 
Jonathan Huntington^ 
John M. Breed, 
Andrew Tracy-, 
Benjamin Huntington, jun. 
Samuel Mott, 
Robert Crary, 
John Tyler, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
John Avery, jun. 
Jonathan Brewftcr, 
Elias Brown, 
John Williams, 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. 
William Williams, 
Jolhua Babcock, 



Elijah Palmer, 
Jofhua Prentice,. 
Latham Hull, 
Ebenezer Ledyard,^ 
Amos Pfentire, 
Thomas N. Niics,- 
Thomas Avery, r 
Stephen Billings, 
Charles Eldridge, jun. 
A John Lay, - 
Jfczra Seiden, 
Richard Wait, jun.- 
Seth Ely, 
Andrew Grifwold, 
Marftifield Parfons, 
John Watrous, 
Daniel Foot, 
Eiias Worthington, 
Afa Foot, 
Jofeph I (ham, jun. 
David Kilborn," 
Neh. Waterman, jun. 
Ebenezer Hartlhom, 
John Barker, 
Eli Hyde, 
John Perkins, 
Jonathan Latimer, 
John G. Hillhoufe, 
Jertmiah Miller, 
Henry Champion, jun» 
Benjamin Throop, 



ah 



J Ezra Bilhop, efquires. 
Jofhua Coit, efq. Jljfj attorhcy. 
PraBiftng atomic* . Jolhua Coit, Duvid Wright, Jeremi- 
G. Brainard, Elia s Perkins, efquircs, Ntw-L»ttdon* Ben 



_ ( 8 ) > 

jamin //umington, Ala Spalding, Jonathan Frifbie, Elifha 
i/yde, Roger Gvifwold, Henry Huntington, Samuel Hun- 
tington, 3d. William S. /Tart, efquires, Narivicb. Natha- 
niel Minor, tfq. Stonington* Eiiifca Williams, Fred. Allyn, 
efquires, Groton. Jeremiah //alfey, Nathan Peters, efquires 
Prefion. William : Town fend, pharles Bulkley, ad. efq'rs,. 
CJchsJler* Matthew Grifwoid, jun. efq. Lyme, 
Jo fnn a Huntington, efq. fierijf. 

Deputy -Jherffi. William Richards, NcwLnndtrk. Eela 
Peck, Norwich. Elijah Bingham, lyme. Ephraim Wil- 
liams, Stonir,gton. Afa Worthingfon, Mont<v'\lle. 

Goalcrs, Ebenezer JDouglas, New-London. Seth Mi- 
ner, Nriuicb. 

TowH-chjksl Mr. John Owen, Nevj-London* Benjamin 
Huntington, jan. efq. Norwich. Mr. David F. Sill, lyme* 
Charles Eidridge, jun. efq. Groton. Peleg Chefebrough, 
efq. ^tomngton. John Watrons, efq. Calchsflcr: Mr. i)a 
nkl Morgan, jun. Frejlon* Mr. John Raymond, Montviil 
Mr. i^ezekiah Burnham, Lijlon. Mr. Ebenezer Backus, 
Bozra* Eli Hyde 9 efq. Franklin. 



' Civil Officers, Sec. in the County of Fairfield, 


" Ju/gts of the County Court. 


Hon. Abraham Daven 


port, efq. chief judge. 


j Hon. Jofeph P. Cook, efq 


j Lemuel Sandford, efq. 


John Chandler, efq. 


J Fhilip Burr Bradley, efq. 


David Burr 


, efq. chrk. 


Jujiices of 'Peace. 


Abraham Davenport, 


Ebenezer JefTup, 


Robert Fairchild, 


George Burr, 


Danief Judfon, 


Thaddeus Betts, 


Robert Walker, 


Eliphalet Lockwood, 


Abtjah M'Ewen, 


Clapp Raymond, 


Den'el Fairchild, 


Matthew Mead, 


Abraham Brlnfmade, 


Samuel C. Silliman, 


Abijah Stirling, 


John Davenport, jun. 


David Wells, 


James Davenport, 


Daniel Morfe, 


Charles Webb, 


Jofeph Strong, 


Reuben Scofield, 


Gold S. Silliman, 


John Mead, 


Samuel Squire, 


Amos Mead, 


Andrew Rowland, . 


Jabez Fitch, 



I 9 ) 



John M Kay, 
Benjamin Mead, 
John Benedict, 
Daniel Cooley, 
Eli Mygatt, 
Daniel Taylpr, ■ . 
Thftd. Benedict,' Bnnburp 
Thomas Taylor; 
Nt.hemiah Beardfley, 
James Potter, 
Zaccheus Towner, 
Alexander Stewart, 
John Beach; 
Jab^z Botsford, 
William Ed_mmk?s, 



Stephen Betts, 

Thad. Benedict, Heading. 

Samuel Wakeman, 

Daniel Duncan, 

Thomas Belden, 

Hfzekiah Rogers, 

Time. Rugpjes, 

A£iir Jndfon, 

Elifta Mills 

Daniel Ben net, 

Ephraim MnhbeH, 

Jofeph Smith, 

John Sherwood, 

Jrm'ies Clark, 

Dudley Baldwin, efquirca. 



Henry Peck, 

Gold Selleck SiH'man, efq. Jinte attorney 

PraSlifing atior'nies. Gold Selleck Silliman, Jonathan 
Sturges, Andrew Rowland, Dudley Baldwin, Jofeph Noyc%i 
David Burr, ' Lewis Bnrr Sturges, efquin s, Fairfield. Tho-[ 
jmas Fitch, Taylor Sherman, e/quires, Nnrivalk. TrWdeus! 
.Benedict, Samuel S. Smithy efq*FS,.ifo*#«gr. John Daven-f 
I port, efq. Stamford, William Edmund, Nehemiah Strong J; 
efquires, Netutoivn.' Elifha Whittlefcy, efq. Dahhuty, Willi f 
am A.. Thompfcn.efqi > s,Gm'«u7V;. Jofeph Walker, RoJ 
bert C. Johnfon, efq. Stratford. Ifaac Mills, efq. Hun- 
tington* Samuel Burr Sherwood, efq. Wefon* 
Elijah Abel, efq. fariff. 

Deputy Jh.rffi. David Maltbie, Matthew Reed, Zscha 
riah Lyon, ^aron Morehoitfe, Amos Hayt, David Beers. 

GoaJers. Jeffe Benedict, Frederick J. Wjaitmg i 

Tcwn-tkrks'i Nathan Bulkley, efq. Fairfield. Robert 
Fairchild, efq. Stratford. Mr. Samuel Grummond, 'Nar- 
ivalk. Mr. John Hayt. jun. Stamford. Jabez Fitch, efq 
Greenwich. Mr. Benjamin Smith, R'tdgfield,. Mr. Mnjor 
Taylor, Datibuiy. Mr. Amos Hubbel, Neiu- Fairfield. Ca- 
leb Baldwin, efq- Nenvtoivn. Lemuel Sanford, efq. Reading. 
Mr. Nathan Wheeler, Wcflon, Mr. Elifha Mills, Hunting 
ton* Mr. Afhbel Ruggles, jun. BrookfelJ. 



Civil Officers, &c in the County- of Windham, 

fudges of the County Cnurt, 



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Hon. William Williams, efq. chief jnd.ge. 

Ebenezcr Devotion, efq. I Thomas Grofvenor, efq. 

Conftant Ssjuthworth, efq. j James Gordon, efq. 

Samuel Gray, efq.. clerk. 

Jujt'ues of Peace. 



Jerfldiah Elderktn, 
Hezekiah BifTeH, 
Hezekiah Manning 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Jonathan Trumbull, 
John Clark ? 
James Pineo, jun. 
Elkanab Tifda'le, 
Pelcg Thomas, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Afahel Clark, 
James Bradford, 
FJi (ha Perkins, 
William Dixfon, 
Andrew Backus, 
John Douglas, 
Jofhua Dunlapji 
David Payne, 
Sherebiah Butt, 
Afa Witter, 
E>aniel Frof!, 
Allen Cambel!> 
Jofeph Wylie, 
Robert Dixfon, 
Samuel Crjft, 
John Williams, 

Hezekiah BifTell 



John Salter, 
Experience Storrs, 
Jefle Williams, 
Samuel Thompson, 
Elifba Childs, 
Jedidiah Morfe, 
Nathaniel Mar cey, 
Benjamin Sumner, 
Benjamin Clark, 
Ifaac Perkins, 
Simeon Smith, 
Sampfon Howe, 
Simon Learned, 
Jafon Phips, 
Thomas Dyke, 
Jofeph Baker, 
Ebenczer Mofely, 
Ifaac Bennett, 
Jofeph Scarborough, 
Zephaniah S\fif "t r 
Eliafhib Adams r 
Eleazer Moffatt, 
James Z>anrelfon, 
Z)aniel Tirdcn, 
John Gafton, efquires. 

efq ■ pate attarney. 



Fraftifin* atomies. Hezekiah BifTell, Timothy Larrabee, 
Jabez Clark, Zephaniah Swift, Thomas Badger, Lcbbeu< 
Larrabee, efquires, '''/f^im/taw. Elkanah Tifdale, Eraftus 
Clark, efquires, Lebanon. Elifba Paine, Mo(ts Cleveland 
efquires, Canterbury. John Parifh, efq. Brooklyn. Duvid 
Btilcll, efq. Pomfrrt. Tohn McClellan, efq. IVoodfock. 
Shubaei Abbe, tfq. fieriff. 

Deputy fiertfft. Edmund Badger, Phineas Abbe, Wind- 
ham. Lemuel Dorrance, Vcluntiivn. Eleazer Conant,./!^*/* 



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fieli. Benjamin Hubbard, Pom/ret. Walter Hough, Can 
terbury. Phincas Abbe, goohr. 

I Town-chris. Hczekiah Ripley, efq. Windham, Willi- 
am Williams, efq. Lebanon* Conftant Southworth, efq. 
'■'Mansfield. Mr. Joiias Boyles r Afifori. Mr. Jedidiah Morfc ; 
Woodfiock. Mr, Jofiah Sabin, Pomfret. Seth Payne, efq. 
Brooklyn* Mr. Jacob Drefler, Tbomfon, Sampfon Howe, 
efq. Killing ley. Mr. Bcdjamin Dow, Volentoivn. Mr. Wil 
liam Robinfon, Plainfield. Mr. Walter Hough, Canterbury 
Mr. Thomas Stcdman, Hampton* 



Civil Officers, &c in the County of Litchfield. 

Judges of the County Court, 

Hon, Daniel Sherman, efq. chief judge. 

Jolhua Porter, efq. \ Jedidiah Strong, efq. 

Samuel Canfield, efq. | i/eman Swift, tfq. 

Ifaac Baldwin, efq. clerk. 

Jufiices of Peace, 



Daniel Sherman, 
Ifoac Baldwin, 
David Welch, 
Reuben Smith, 
Abraham Bradley, 
Tapping Reeve, 
James Morrifs, jun. 
David Hurd, 
Hezekiah Thompfon, 
Benjamin Hinman, 
Edward /Tinman, 
Abel /fine, 
Sherman Bioardman, 
Daniel Evrrit, jun* 
Nathan E,lliott, 
Jethro Hatch, 
Jedidiah /ftibbel, 
Daniel Grifwold, 
David Downs, 
Ifaac Parde, 
Lott Norton, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Charles Burrall, 



Elifha Ba>er, 
Samuel Forbs, 
Nathan Hale, 
Giles Pettibone, 
/fofea Vf ilcox, 
Dudley Humphrey, 
Samuel Nam,. 
Afaph /fall, 
Elifha Sill, 
Judah Kellogg, 
Joha Pierce, 
Edward Rogers, 
Juftus Sacket, 
Daniel N. Brinfmade, 
John Whittlefey, 
Oliver Parmeiy, 
David Ambler, 
Thomas Matthews, 
Thomas Fenn, 
j&avid Smith, 
Daniel Potter, 
Daniel Catlin, juno 
Mark Prindle, 



George Catlin, 
Nath 1 Swift, jun. ef<ju 



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Epaphras Shelden, Uriel Holmes, 

Shubael Grifwold, 'Ralph Pomeroy, 

Seth Smith, Elifha Smith, 

Aaron Auftin, jun. Daniel Miles, 

Eiiphaz Alverd, Samuel Lee-, 

Elijah Rockwell, 
Jofeph Wilder, 
Eieazer Enfign^ 

Tapping Reeve, efq. fate attorney 
Praftiftng attornUs. Tapping Reeve, Uriah Tracy, E- 
phraim Kirby, Ifaac Baldwin, jun. John Allen, Samuel 
Marfti, efqtiires, Litchfield. Hezekiah Thompfoh* Nathan 
Prefton, Nathaniel Smith, efquires, Woodbury. Edward 
Hinman, Benjamin Stiles, jun. efquires , Soutbbury; Daaiel 
Everitt, Samuel Boftwick, Nicholas S. Mafters, cfquires, 
New-Mxlford. Judfoa Canfield, John C. Smith, efquires, 
Sharon, Adonijah Strong, John Bird, Daniel Canfield, 
efquires, Salt/bury, Samuel Elmer, efq. Canaan. Dudley 
Humphry, efq. Norfolk. Thomas R. Gold, efq. Gojben. 
Uriah Holmes, efq. New- Hartford. Eli Curtifs, efq. Wa- 
tertowtu Daniel N- Brinfmade, efq. Wajbwgton 
Lynde Lord, efq. fierlff. 
Deputy -Jhcrffi. Alexander Catlin, Lynde Lord, jun. 
Litchfield* Amos Clark, Bethlem. David Whittlefcy, JVaJb- 
ington* Ebenezer Baldwin, Ntw-Milford. James Johnfon 
Salifbury. Tryal Tanner, Cornwall. 

Zebulcn Taylor, goaler. 
Town-clerks* Jedidiah Strong, efq. Litchfield, Mr. Na 
than Prefton, Woodbury. Mr. lncreafe Mofeley, Soutbbury. 
Mr. Mofes Hawley, Bethlem. JVr. Elifha Boftwick, New 
Milftrd* Jedidiah Hubbcl, efq. Kent. Daniel Grifwold, efq. 
Sharon. Mr. Afa Hutchinfon, Sali/hury* Mr. Benajah 
Douglafs, Canaan. Dudley Humphrey, efq. Norfolk. Mr. 
J Jofeph Rockwell, GoUbrook. fcleazer Enilgn, efq. Hartland. 
;Mr. Ifrael Jones, Jan.. BaMempfted. Mr. Ifaac Loomifs., 
New- Hartford. Daniel Catlin, jun. tfq* Harwinten. Epa 
phras Shelden, efq, Torrington. Samuel Nafh, efq. Gojben. 
Mr. Jofeph A. Wright, Watertown. Daniel N. Brinfmade, 
tfq. Wajhington. Judah Kellogg, efq. Cornwall* JJliphaz 
Alverd, efq. Wincbejlcr* 



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Civil QtHcers, <3cc, i< the County of MiddL/ex. 
"Judges of the County Qattrt, 
Hon. Matthew Talcott, efq. chief judge. 
John. Dickinfon, efq» j Ebenexer White, efq 
Heztkiah Brainerd, tfq. | William Hart, efq* 
Stephen Titus Horner, efq. chri* 
JaJIiceS of Peace 



Matthew Talcott, 
Jabez Ham Jin, 
Nathaniel Chaunce^, 
Philip Mortimer, 
Elijah Tredway, 
Comfort Sage, 
liaac Mirier, 
A (her Miller, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Jofcph Brooks, 
Nohtmiah Brainerd, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainerd, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Jedidiah Chapman, 
Samuel Tulley, 
Hezekiah Lane, 
George Elliott, 
Job Wrigh t, 



Abraham Pierfonj 
Man in Lord, 
Jajjez Chapman j 
Timothy Gates* 
Ifrael $oencer> 
John Perceval,. 
David Sage, 
Jofeph Da-r-ty 
John Clark-, 
Jonathan Pen field 3 
Samwei W. Dana, 
William Morgan 
Ifaac Spencer, jnn. 
William Woithington, 
Benjamin. Williams, 
Amos Churchill, : 
Ifaac Grid ley,. 
Thorn a 5 Sillknan, 
Benj- Parmel) 7 eTquires* 



Afher MilJer,.efq. fate attorney. 
f PraStifingattomies. Alher Miller, Samuel W\i Dana, Tze- 
fkiel Woodruff Stephen T. Hofrner, Matthew T. Ruflell, 
'; William Brown, Jofona Htnfhaw, "William Piumhe, Enoch 
Huntington, jun. efqi's, Midiletoim. Jonathan O. Mofeiey, 
(Daniel Chapman, Jared Spencer,. Daniel Lyoii, e%uir<?fj 
; Eajl-liaJdem. Theodore. Dwight,.efq. H add am* 
William W. Par tons, eiq. JberiT: 
Dyufy-fisrffi. Samuel Can field, Z-,chui. h Chapman, 
^Nathan Wilcox,. J3r?an Parrnele. 

Daniel S vr,\thy. scaler : - 
Town-el rk<. Mr. Ikzijcei V\i\> MiddJcio-rn. Jonathan! 
j.Pentieid, «. fq, Chatham,. Nchemfjii LJrainerd, efq : N.id.'aw'X 
\ | V i m < > t h y G a t: e s , c fq . Eaj% Had. fa m. & a mut 1' I' u 1 1 <. v , * i q- 
j , Soy - B r n c k. A b r ah a ni 1 ' i c r in n , e fq . A'//// « ? n t ■ Yth . 



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Civil Oncers, &c in the Coimty of Tolland* 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. Samuel Gilbert, efq. chief judge. 

Jeremiah Pvipley, efq, I Solomon WjlU, efq. 

Reuben Sikes, efq. | John fhclps, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, juW. efq. clerk* 

Jujlius of Peace. 



Samuel Qilbert, 
Samuel Chapman, 
Jeremiah Weft, 
Samuel Carver, 
Ichabod Warner 8 
Elijah White, 
Ephraim Root, 
Abraham Burnap t 
Ephraim Kinolbnry, 
Daniel Elfworth^ 
Matthew Hyde, 
Elijah Kellogg, 



Elihu Marvin,, 
Benjamin Btiell, 
Sylrefter Gilbert^ 
Thomas pitkin* 
Ifaac Penny, 
Ifaac Foot, 
JefTe Cady, 
Solomon Wales, 
John Seflions, 
Samuel Dunton, 
Timothy Dutton, 
Elifha Johnfbn, efquires* 



Syivefter QHbert, efq. fiate attorney, 
Profi'ifing attorniet. Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. Hebron. Sa- 
^hiulefey, Jonathan Banicsiefqyices, Tolland. Eiias Buell, 
Coventry*. 

Elijah Chapman, j«n. efq. fieriff. 
fyputyforiffs. £ber Robinion, Tel and. John Gilbert, 
Hebron. Jtflc- Conyers, Staff r J, " 

Efoenezer 6penc«r,£Ctf/<r, 

Towrt-elahs. Mr. Hrnoni Sheppard, Tolland, Mr. John 

Hale, Ceventty. S) ivc iter Qilbert, efq. Hebron. Elijah 

+Whijte, e$\.bo!tcn. 'Matthew Hide, efq. JFMingtan. Mr. 

L * Zerah Kibbce, Somer-s. Mr. Samuel Ulodget, Stafford. Mr 

Elijah Holt, WilUngton. Mr. -— -Law fon, Union. 



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Courts of Probate in the State of Connecticut. 

£)iftri£j of J Jonathan Bull, efq judge. 

Hartford. J Mr . John B u 1 1 , cle rk . 

. J John Tread we)),, efq. judge, 
f <***&*% }Mr*M;irtir> Bnt),,clerk. 

_. t Noah Phelps, efq. judge. 

• $t*Jbury y I Mf> Amh ^ phelps, clerk. 



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£aft Windfir, 

Waferbur}, 
Wallingford, 
Guilford, 
Ne%»-£o/idort % 
Nortuicbi 
$toningfon t 
JFairfeld, 
Stanford, 
Dan bury h 
Stratfbrdy 
Windbam % 
Pomfrety 
&lainfid!y 

Litcbjicldy 

Sharon,^ 

Neti/'Mi/fprdy 

Woodbury 9 

Norfolk, 



CEraftus Wolcott, efq. jydge, 
(Mr. Eraftus Wolcott, jun. clerk. 
C Samuel Bifhop, efq* judge, 
I Jofcph W. Whiting, efq* clerk. 
J Jofeph Hopkins, efq. judge, 
(Mr. Jeffe Hopkins, clerk. 

! Oliver Stanley, efq. judge, 
Mr. Hun Munfon, clerk. 
5 'Edward Rufleil, efq. judge, 
Col. John Elliott* clerk. 

J William Hillhoufe, efq. judge^ 

(joftuia Coit, efq. clerk. 

C Andrew Huntington, efq. judge, 

(Mr. Zechariah Huntington, clerk. 

( Charles Phelps, efq. judge. 

( Mr. John Denifon, $& h clerk. 

( Jonathan Sturges, efq. judge, 

( Mr fr Lewis Burr Sturges, clerk. 
*( Abraham Davenport, efij. judge^ 

j[ James Davenport, efq. clerk. 
( Jofeph Piatt Cook, efq. judge, 
( Mr. Jofeph Piatt Cook,.jun. cifcrk. 
( Robert Fairchild, efq. judge, 
( Robert Walker, efq. clerk. 
( William Williams,, efq.. judge*. 
( Mr. Thomas, Williams, clerk. 
( Thomas Grofvenor, efq. judge.. 
( Mr. Lemuel Grofvenor, clerks 
( John Doaglafs,. efq. judge* 
( Ju.nes Gordon, efq. clerks 
( Oliver Wolcott, efq. judge, 
( Mr.. Frederick Woicotr, clerk,* 
( Jolhua Porter, efq. judge, 
( Mr. Auguftus Porter, clerk* 
( Samuel Can field, efq* judge, 
( Mr. Daniel Everett, clerk. ' 

( Daniel Sherman, efq. judge,. 
( Mr. Daniel Sherman, jun. clerks. 
( GilesPettibone, efq. judge* 
( Mr. Dudley Humphrey, clerk. 



Aihidli'to-dur.f 

MaJl-HadJam, 

Say-Brook) 

Stafford, 

Hebron* 



( Afher Miller, efq. judge, 
( Mr-. Bezaleel Fifi*,chrk. 
( Uaac Spencer, efq. judge,. 
( Mr. Jared Spcnrer, clerk. 
( Hezekiah Lane, efq judge,, 
( Mr. Dan Lane, clerk.. 
( lfaac Pinney, efq. judge, 
( John Phelps, efq. clerk. 
( Samuel Gilbert, efq. judge,. 
( Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. clerk. 



COR P p.R AT IONS. 

Cifj of New- Haven. 
Hon. Roger Sherman, efq. mayor.. 
A Idem en. 
Samuel Bifhop, efq. j 1 David Auftin, efq. 

Thomas Howell, efq. | Timothy Jpnes, efq. 
Gapt. John R. Throop,.) ^ iffs# 
Capt. Peter Woodward, ).. 
Mr. jofeph W. Whiting, clerl^ of city court. 
Mr. Jofiah, Meigs, city clerk.. 

Gity of New-London. 
Hon. Richard Law, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Marvin Wait, efq. 1 Edward HalUm, eSj. 

Amafa Learned, elq. |, jofeph Harris, efq. 
Uavid Wright, efq. clerk of city court* 
Maj, William Richards,) ~ .^ 
Mr. Jofhua Hfimpfted,.) ,nenns ' 
Mr. John Owen, city clerk. 
Mr. Guy Richards, city treafuier. 



Ci/y of Hartford. 
Thomas Seymour,, -efq. mayor. 
Aidermen. 
J-eremjah Wajdfworthj efq. 1 Jonathan Bull, (tfq. 
Samuel Wyllys.efq. Jefle Root, efqw ' 
Mr.. James Wells, > ) ftlcriff 
Mi. Daniel Skinner, jnn.) 
William Adams, efq. clerk, 



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CitJ of MlDDLETOWN. 

Hon. Jabez Hamlin, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
After Miller, efq. | George Phillips, efq. 

Elijah Hubbard, efq. | Samuel W. Dana, efq. 
Mr. Robeit Warner, ) ft, cr ifp s ' 

Mr. Samuel Canfield, ) 
Mr. Ezekiel Woodruff, c ity clerk. 

City of NORWICH. J 

Hon. Benjamin Huntington, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Elilha Hyde, efq. j Afa Spalding, efq. 

Ephraim Bill, efq. \ Roger Grifwold, efq. 
Mr. Ebenezer Bunnell, ) A, pr ;fr c 
Mr. Hezekiah Williams,) ,nerms ' 



Notaries Public. 
Hartford, Enoch Perkins, efq. 
Nrw-Havin^ E 15 zur Goodrich, efq. 
New London , Jofhua Coit, efq. 
Norwich, 

Fairfiell t Lewis B. Sturges, efq. 
Middletoivn^ Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq. 



A4a Spalding, elq. £xcife Majlerfcr the State* 



The Gentlemen nominated by the Votes of the Freemen of this State 
tofiandfor FJeclion, as Afftjiants of Members of Council, in 
May next, as fent to the General AJfembIy y in Q&ober, 1789, 
are a J follow, viz. 

His Excellency Samuel Huntington, efq 
Honorable Oliver Wolcott, efq. 



Hon* William Williams, 

Benjamin Huntington, 
Jofeph Piatt Cook, 
Stephen Mix Mitchell, 
William Hillhoufe, 
Eraftus Wolcott, 
John Tread well, 
John Chefter, 
James Hillhoufe, 
Jedidiah Strong, efq'rs 



Roger Newbury, 
James Davenport, 
James Wadfworth, 
Heman Swift, 
John Chandkr, 
Pierpont £dwarcls, 
Thomas Grofvenor, 
Tapping ReeVe, efquires. 



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!/?///? of the Hon* Ho/fe of Rr.prefei.tdt'ives ^'thojen in September , 
I I789; W/60 are to continue fuch to the fecohd Thurfday of 

M<y, 1790. 
\Hartford y Col. Thomas'Seymour, Capt. Jonathan Bull. 
Berlin, Col. Gad Stanley, Capt. Roger Riley. 
SrfloL Capt. Zehulon Peck, jun . 

EaJl-H a ,iford y Mr. A (libel Pilkin, Col. Jonathan Wells 
Rujl-lVir.dfir, Coi. Lemuel Stoughton,Capt. RolweilGrant. 
■BtikM, Mr. liaac Kihbe, .Capr. Eliphalet Terry. 
Furtofffgton^Coi. Noadiah Hooker, Col. Ichabod Norton. 
Glaj}et.b,iry, Capt Joieph Mofely, Col. Howell WoodbiU'ge 
GratSjL Cot. Ozias Peuibone. 
Soutbin'^ny Capt< John. Curtis, Mr. Afa Barns. 
SuffieM, %iv. Afahel Hathway, -Mr. Amos Granger. 
Sfmfinry^CqW Noah Phelps, Maj. Jonathan Pettibone. 
V/'eihcrsfeld, Mr. Tuflus Riley, Capt. E-zekiel P. 'Belding. 
JVindfor, Capt. Hepfy Allyn, Gen. Roger Newberry. 

Nezv- Haven , Mr. Pierpont Edward?* ( chrfen Speaker,) 

Mr. Jonathan Ingerfcll. 
Bradford, Col." Edward Ru Hell, Capt. Timothy Hoadly. 
Chcfhire, Mr. Andrew Hull, Mr. Ifrael Bunnell. 
Derfa} Mr. Samuel Hull, Capt. John Wooffer. 
Durham, Capt. Simeon Parfons, Mr. Dan Parmele. 
E '.a ft- Haven, Mr. Jofiah Bradley.' 
Guilfordj Geo . Andrew Ward, Ccl. John Elliott. ~ 
Humden, Mr. Simeon Briftol. 

MJlJordy Capt. Charles Pond, Mr. Gideon Buckingham. 
North- Haven, Mr. Jofeph Pierpont. 
Wallingford, Mr. Jared -Potter, Capt. Oliver Stanley. 
fVatnrbury % Mr. Jofeph Hopkins, Capt. John Wtlton. 
Woodbrhlge^ Capt. Samuel Olbori), Mr. David French. 

Ntiv-Loridon, Mr. Am a fa Learned, Mr. Jcreh. G. Brainard' 
Nor-^Uh, Mr'. Eiiiha Hyde, Col. ChriftophcrLtfringweil. 
'Bozrab,^^^ John M'OJl. 

Cchlfhr, Capt. -Henry Champion, Col. Eliphalet Bulkley v 
Franklin, Mr. Johv, Gagcr. 

firoion, Mr. Thomas -N. Niles, Mr. -Robert Allyn. 
Ltflon, Capt. Jofbna Perkins. 

Lyme, Hon. Matthew Grifwohi, Mi. Ezra Sclden. 
\Mcnivilie,^Ai.). John G. Hiilhoisffe. 



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. &myZrM6lt\ Capt. ■■•■ . 
*>ton)n£tcn\ Capt. Jonathan Palmer, jun. Mr. Thomas Swan. 5 

Fairftcli s Col. Elijah Abel, Mr. Andrew R.o>vland. 
Banbury, Col. EKMvgatt, Capt. James Clark. 
>3rockficU, Mr. Henry Peck. 
"Jrermvi.ib, Mr. Jphn M'Kif, C il. Jabez Fiteh. 
Hunti*gtimi Mr. Elijah Curt.i?, Mr. Jofeph L. Woofter. jj 
iVevo'Puirfii&i Mr. Gideon Ailyn, Col. Neh . Beardiky. 
\ r eivic:rn y Mr. John Beach, Mr. Jotharn Sherman. 
.Vorzvalk, Mr. Samuel C Siihman, Mr. Thaddeus Belts. ;| 
Rcja'itvf, Mr- Lemuel Sanford, &|r. William Heron. 
foJgfill/, Col. I'hifip B, BradUy, Mr. Joflltia King. 
Stanford, Mr. James D .vtmport, ( chofen CL>kJ 
Maj. John Davenport. 
ir afford, Mr. Abijah M'Ewen, Capt. Robert Walker. 
IVnjlon^ Mr. Samuel 8. Sherwood. 

wlVindhamj Capt. Zephaniah Swift, mr. Hezekiah Ripley 



J^Jbfor^ Maj. Simeon Smith, mr. Ifaac Perkins. 

Brooklyn, mr. Jofeph Scarborough. 

(juniabu,^ Capt. Motes Cleveland, mr. Daniel Froft. 

\Hambion x mr. Jonathan Kingfoary. 

Killngly, mr. Eieazer MoiTatt, mr. Zfliac Hutehins. 

Lebanon, mr. Elkanah Tifdaie, Capt. Daniel Tilden. 
mMdasfiefJ, mr. Conltant South worth, mr. Jeile Williams 
Iriahijielcij mr. Jofeph Shepard, Capt. William Dixon. 
vfrei) Col. Thomas Grolvenor, mr. Lemuel Ingals. 

'Thomjon, Capt. Jonathan Nichols. 

Voiuntotun Capt. Titus Bailey, mr. John Stewart. 
WoeJJitcky Capt. Ebenezer Smith, mr. Jefle Holies. 

•Litchfield^ mr. Tapping Reeve, 

mr. Uriah Tracy, (chofen CLrkJ 
Bethlem^ Capt. Jonathan Smith. 
■pauuan y Capt. John Watfon, mr. Nathan Hale. 
yomtuull, Col. John Sedgwick, mr. Ebenezer Jackfon. 
G'Jhin mr. Adino Hale, Capt. Afaph Hall. 
HartLind) mr. ifaac Uprnham, Capt. Abel Brace. 
flariviiiO'iy mr. Joicpa Cook, mr. Mark k-'rindie. 
Kent, Mr. Na £har.iel B erry . 

Vew-lfarifordy Col. Aaron Au(rin x mr. Jofiah Moore. 
New-M lfa\l y Capt. Sherman Bogr^roan,, Col. Jofnh Starr. 






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\N*rfolk> mr. Dudley Humphry, Maj. Giles Pettibone. 
\Salfbury, mr. Htzekiah Fitch, mr. Lemuel Wheeler. 
^Sbaron y Capt. David Lownes, mr. ifaac Pardee. 
\Southbury, mr. Shadrach Oiborn. 

Torrington, mr. Elifha Smith, mr. Samuel Woodward. 

Warren, mr. Nathaniel Swift. 

IVaJhingtouy mr. John Wrnttlefey, Capt. David Judfon. 

Watertoivn, Coi. David Smith, Cnpt. Daniel Potter. 

\Wincbefer y , ■ — — — 

\lV*odbury, mr. Daniel Sherman, mr. Hczekiah Thomfon. 

MiddLtoxvriy Gapt. Sa nuel W. Dana, mr. Elijah Hubbard. 
^Chatham, mr. Ebenezer White, Col. John Penfield. 
\EeJl-Haddam, Coi. Jabez Chapman, Capt. Eliph. Holmes- 
Haddam, Capt.Da"»id Brainard, Capt. Nehemiali Brainard. 
\KiUingivortb, Capt. Job Wright, Capt. Abraham Pier£>n. 
Say-B rooky Mat. William Hart, Mr. Timothy Starkey. 

Tolland, Col. Samuel Chapman, Col. Solomon Willes. 

Bolton^ mr. Samuel Carver, Capt. Ezekiel Olcott. 
[Coventry , Capt. Jeremiah Ripley, Capt. Eliphaz Hunt. 
'Ellington, Col. Levi Welles. 

[Hebron, Maj. Samuel Gilbert, mr. Sylvefter Gilbert. 
\Somers, mr. Jofhua Pomeroy, Col. Abiel Peafe. 
I Stafford) Capt. Howard Molton, Capt. Ebenezer Gay. 
\Union y mr. John Seffions. 
\wUlington, Capt. Elifha Johnfon, Mr. Miner Grant. 

COLLECTORS of fate taxes for the fate of Connecticut, 
for tht year 1 7 89. 

Capt. Joel Ward, 4/bford. 

mr. John Howard, Bolton. 

Capt. Afahel Harrifon, Branford. 

mr. Zebulon Frifbee, jun. BrlfoL 

mr. Jonathan Belden, Berlin* 

mr. JefTe Abel, Bozrab. 

mr. Peter Pike, Brock/yne. 

mr. Amos Clark, Bethlem. 

mr. Ifaac Ha wley, jun. Brookfeld. 
mr. Elias Palmer, Coventry. 

mr. Stephen Butt, Canterbury. 

mr. Obed Burrall, Canaan. 

iMMiMMimMiTang- ill •- ""yTrrT " ■— m-"""-»°»"»^— j"*—— ' 



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) 




mr. Bryan Parmele, 


Chatham . 




mr. Tryai Tanner, 


Cornxvcll* 




mr. Nathaniel Otis, 


Colchejler, 




mr. Andrew Hull, jun. 


Cbijhire* 




mr. Dan Parmele, 


Durham* 




mr. Comfort Hoyt, jnn. 


Ran bury* 




mr. Jofeph Davis, jun. 


Derby. 




Dr Gordon Perceval, 


Eafl-Haddam* 




meflTs. Eraftns Wolcott," 


) 




' Lemuel Stonghton, A| 
mafa Loomis, and Wii- j 


- EaJl.JV'mi'for. 




Ham Grant, ieleclmcn,_ 


s 




1 mr. Nehemiah Chandler, 


Enfold. 




mr. RuiTell BiflTell, 


Eajl- Hartford. 




mr. Jabez Chapman, 


Ellington* 




mr. Edmund Bradley, 


Eaji- Haven, 




mr. Ifrael Bibbens, 


Fairfold. 




mr. John Mix, 


Farmington* 




, mr. Azariah Huntington, 


Franklin. 




1 Col. Thomas Hobby, 


Greenwich* 




mr. Simeon Avery, 


Grot on. 




mr. Philip Covell, 


Ghpnbury* 




mr. Timothy Baldwin, 


Guilford* 




mr. Adino Hale, 


Gojhe.n. 




Capt. Daniel Holcomb, 


Granly. 




mr. Daniel Skinner, jun. 


Hartford, 




Capt. Jonah Root, 


Hebron • 




mr. Jonathan Chapman, 


Haddam . 




mr. Lewis Catlin, 


Harivintan . 




mr. William Selby, 


Hartland* 




mr. Stephen Ford, 


Hamden* 




mr. Thomas Grow, jun. 


Hampton* 




; . mr. Andrew Shelton, 


Huntington* 




mr. David Kadey, 


JCiilingly. 




mr\ Nathan Wilcox, 3d* 


Killingworth* 




mr. Nathan Skiff, jun. 


Kent. 




mr. Rofwell Stearnes, 


Lebanon, 




! mr. John Phelps, 


Litchfield. 




Capt. Seth Smith, 


Lyme* 




mr. John Kinfman, 


Lip? on* 




mr. Andrew Clark, 


Milford. 




mr. Jozeb Stocking, 


Middletmun . 





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mr. A brier Huntington,, 
mr. Atwell Chapel, 
mr.. Samuel Pnnderfon, 
mr. John Heaton,. 
mr. Jofiah Starr, 
mr.Jofuh Moore, 
mr. i r.ephen May-pard, . 
mr. Hezekiuh Williams, 
mr. Stephen Lock wood, 
mr. Gideon Beard fiey, jun. 
mr. Abraham Baldwin, 
mr. Giles Pettibone, jan. 
mr. Jonathan Hamrrtet, 
Maj. Ifaae Avery,, 
mr. At a he i Grofvenor, 
mr. Simeon Munger, 
mr. [Nathan Dauchey, 
Capt. -Benadam Williams, 
mr. Amaziah ..Humphry, 
mr. .Jofeph fljriHn, jun. 
mr. Jeremiah Dane hey, 
mr. Jofeph Curtis, jun. 
inr«. Benjamin Blodget, 
mr. Jacob Chalker, 
Jchn Hayt, jun. efq. 
mi: Paul Smith, 
mr. jofiah HvW.y-n. 
mr. Levi Hart, 
mr. Si:as Hicox, 
mr, Jeduthan Cobb, 
mr. At.ijah WIMbn, 
mr. liiaei Smith, 
"isr. Edward Fofter, 
mr. Thomas Gordon, 
mr. John Ftirotesj 
Capt. Ralph Ripley, 
Capt. William Leavenworth, 
mr. Samuel Hail, 3d. 
mr. Eliiha BtaWhall, 
mr. EHas Child, 2d. 
mr. Timothy Pearl, jun. 



Mansfelh 

Montv'ilU. 

New- Haven. 

North- Haven. 

Ntiv- Mil ford. 

New- Hartford. 

Ne*iv- Loudon. 

Norivij/j* 

Norm* a Ik. 

Netv-Fairfsld. 

Ne%vio r :v7i. 

Norfolk. 

PiGinfcU. 

Pre.flon. 

Von fret. 

Reading. 

XL'g/JlJ. 

Sioniiigtcn* 

SgjhJburj M 

Salfbury. 

Stafford. 

Stafford* 

Sdf Brook; 

Stanford. 

Sharon. 

Spatru 

ScUthington* 

Scuthbury* 

Holland. 

\Torringion . 

l Thom[on. 

thiion. 

Vokntoivr.. 

IVethcrsfeld* 

Windham . 

l\ r atcrbur\>. 

IVaillngford. 

IVindfor. 

Wood fuck. 



~t»».«M~r«*m 



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[Hide iomhnion, eiq. IVoailL my. 

qjr. John Piatt, Wajbingfbn, 

m r . OziaS T y 1 e I" , Watertoivn. . 

mr. Samuel Hurlbutt, IVinchcficr* 

mr. David Thomas, Woodbridgt* 

mr. Jofeph Peters, Warren* 

mj . Nathaniel Wheeler, Wefton. 



Y A L E - C O L L E G E, 

111 Nav- Haven, founded A» D. r/OO. 

, President. 
Rev. Ezra Stiles, D-D. andLL.D* 
Fellows. 
Reverend Mcffieurs. 



Eliphalet Williams, D. D. 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
Elizur Goodrich, D. D. 
Mofes Mather, 
Samuel Lockwood, 



Timothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 
Jofiah Whitney, 
David Ely, 
Nathan Williams. 



Rev. Samuel Wales, D.D. ProfefTor of Divinity. 
Rev. Prefident Stiles, Profellbr of ecelefiaftical Hiftory. 
Hon. James Hillhoufe, efq. Treafurer. 
Tutors. 
. Ebenezer Fitch, A. M. Senior Tutor and Librarian. 
Barna Sid well, A. M. 
Amos Baflett, A. M. 
Mr. Jeremiah At water, Steward. 
Eli Billiard, A. B. Butler. 
Commencement fecond Wednefday in September* 
Vacations : From Commencement, fix weeks ; from 
the fecond .Tuefday in January, three weeks ; from the 
6th of May t three weeks. 



Minijlers, Churches^ and Religious AJfemblies in the 
Connecticut f 
County of Hartfon 



Uate° of 



Habtford. 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 
Benjamin Boardman, 
Natl) an Perkins. 



crlin. 

Rev. John Smalley, 
Benoni Upfon, 
Nathan Fejcfri, 



f Them inijle Y start placed qcccrdin o- to the feniority of their chu 

_tt " ■ "" . — »■ • '•■ ■ > ■ ' • -. ... -..., , 1 .1 . ., — : , 



I »4 ) 



■! i?riy? / t 


Stafford. 


I Vacant, 


Rev. John Willard, 


|Rev. Jonathan Miller. 


Ifaac Fofter. 


Eaft- Hartford. 


Suffield. 


Eliphalet Williams, D.D. 


Ebenezer Gay, 


Benajah Phelps. 


Vacant, 


_ Eaji-Windfor. 


John flattings, B. 


, David Macclure, 


Symjhury. 


Thomas Potwine. 


Samuel Stebbins, 


JS^/i. 


Jeremiah Hallock, 


Nehemiah Pruddcn. 


Ambrofe Todd. 


Farmington. 


Wethetsfeld. 


Allen Olcott, 


John Marfh, 


Rufus Hawley. 


Jofnua Beading, 


Ghflenbury. 


John Lewis. 


John Eells. 


Willington* 


James Eeils. 


Gideon Noble. > 


Granby. 


" Wind/or. 


Ifrael Holly. 


David S. Rowland, 


Southington. 


; Theodore Hinfdale, 


William Robinfon, 


Solomon Walcott, 


Alexander Gillet. 


Vacant. 


County of Ne-W' Haven. 


New-Haven. 


Rev. Richard Mansfield, JT. 


Rev. James Dana, D.D* 


David Brownfon, 


Samuel Wales, D.D. 


Abner Smith. 


Jonathan Edwards, D.D. 


Durham* 


Bela Hubbard, £. 


Elizur Goodrich, D.D. 


Samuel Auftin, 


Eaji- Haven. 


Noah Willifton, 


Nicholas Street, 


Vacant, E. 


Guilford, 


Branford. 


Amos Fowler, 


I Jafon Atwater, 


Jonathan Todd, 


Vacant, 


Thomas W. Bray, 


I Samuel Eells, 


Vacant, 


Edward Blakflee, E. 


Vacant, E, 


Chejbire. 


Ham den* 


John Foot, 


Jolhua Perry. 


Reuben Tves, E, 


Mi/ford. 


Dtrby . 
Martin Tullar, 


William Lockwood, 


David Tutlai, 



I 



v 5 


U ) 


' Vacant, F* 


Vacant. 


North- Haven, 


Water bury. 


Rev. Benjamin Trumbull, 


Rev. Mark Leavenworth, 


Plurality, E, 


Vacant^ £• 


fVallingford. 


Abraham Fowler. 


James Noyes, 


JVoodbridgc, 


John Willartf, 


Vacaat. 


} Plurality, E. 


Stephen Hawley. 


j County oi . 


VeiV-Eondon. 

Vacant. j 


J New-London. 


Rev. Henry Channing, 


Lyme, 


SamuelSeabury,D.t>. B'tjb. 


Vacant, 


(epif, cb, Connefl. 


Vacant, r 


Bozrab* 


Rev. David Higgins. 


Jonathan Murdock. 


Montville. 


Colchefiet, 


Rozel Cook. 


Vacant, 


NohwlcK. 


Robert .Robbins, 


Tofeph Strong, 
John Tyler, E. 


David Huntington. 


Franklin* 


Waiter King. 


Samuel Notu 


Prejfon, 


Groton* 


Lemuel Tyler, 


Aaron Kinney 


Levi Hart, 


Vacant, 


I Vacant. 


Timothy Wightman, B, 


Sttmngton, 


Lifion, 


Hezekiah N. Woodru#, . 


Andrew Lee. 


Vacant. 


County p 


• Fairfield, 


Fairfield* 


Rev. lfaac Lewis, 


kev. Andrew Elliott, 


William Seward. 


Hezekiah Ripley, 


Net*- Fairfield* 


Robert Rofs, 1 


A^edad Rogers, 


Timo. wight, D. IX 


Vacant. \ 


— - Shelten, £, 


Newtown, 


D anbury. 


Zephaniah H. Smith, 


Timothy Langdon, 


Thomas Brooks, % 


Eben'r White, San& . 


Philo Perry, £, I 


Vacant, E, 


, Nurti-alk, J 


Gr&niwcb, 


: Matthias Kurnet, jl 


Robert Morris, 


Vacant, £, Vacant, \i 



( *6 ) 



kev. Jultus Miuhel. 
R&edwg. 
Nathaniel Bartlett, 
Ambrofe Hull, ¥• 

RhhfcU. 
Samuel Goodrich, 
♦ amuel Camp, 
Vacant, £. 

htumford. 
John Avery, 
Ebenezer Dibble, E. 
Mofes Mather, 



Rev. John Shepherd. 
Stratford. 

Stephen 1 W. Stcbbins, 
Jeremiah Learning, E* 
Izrahia). Wetmorc, 

(Vrjton. 

James Johnfon, 
John Nuyts. 

Huntington. 
David Ely, 

Abraham L. Clarke, £* 
EMfha Rexf^tid. 



Wind/jam . 
Rev. Stephen White, 
James Cogfwell. 

Afifor± 
Andrew Judfon, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, ~Sv 

Brookline*. ■ 
Jonah Whitney, 
Vaeant, £. 

Canterbury. 
Solomon Morgaa, 
John Staples. . 

Ji amp tun . 

Samuel JViofeley. 

KMngUy. 
Eiiftia Atkins 

Lebanon* 
Zehuion Ely, 



Joiuity of IVindba 



Rev. Timothy Stone, 
Thomas Brockway, 
JohnGnrley. 

Mamfuld. 
Elijah Gridley, 
Mofes C. fcefcl* 

Plairfidd. 

Joel Benedict. 

Pemjrct. 
Aaron Pttnam., 
Waiter. Lyon. 

Tbompfotu 
Noadtah Rullel. 
fiifantoiwt* 
Micaiah Poller, 
Vacant. 

rVvodfock. / 
Elrpiraiet Lyman, 
Stephen Vvilltarns, 
Jofhua Johnfon. 



County of 'l+itcbfuU< 



Lltchfuld. 


Betbkm. 


Rev. Judah Champion, 


.Rev. Jofcph Bellamy, P. B. 


Amos Chafe, 


Canaan. 


> Afl)b%l Baldwin, £. 


Daniel I'arrand, 


BarLhcmpf.cd. * 


Amos Thompfon. 


Ozias Eells, 


CiibiQjl. 


Vacant. 


Vacant. 



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Cornwall* 


S.uthbury . 




Vacant, 


Rev. Benjamin Wild man. 


Vacant. 


Jehu Minor. 




Gvjhcn* 


Torrlngt&iz* 




Vaeant- 


Vacant. 




H.'irdirhL 


Samuel J. Mills* 




Aaron Church, 


Warren. 




Nathaniel Gay lord. 


Peter Starr. 




Hariuinton. 


Wajjf'uifjsn. 




Vacant. 


Daniel Brinimadc, 


7 


Kent . 


Noah Merwin, 


s 


" Joel Boar dwell. 


Jeremiah'Dr.y. 




Nczv- Hartford. 


Watertozun. 




Jonathan Marih* 


Uriel Gridley, 




Ne zv - Ml If 8 rd. • 


Simeon Waterman, 




Nathaniel Taylor, 


Chauncy Prindie, £ 




Vacant, £. 


W'wchejltr* 




No-fJk. 


Jo&ua Knap. 




Ammi R. Robbins. 


Woodbury. 




Saljhry, 


Noah Benedict, 




Vacant . 


; lipomas - Ga« field* 


■ 


Sharon. 


Vacant, E. 




Cotton M. Smith. 




' 



Country of 


MiddlJK. 


n 


MlDDLETOWN. 


Rev. David Selden, 


.> 


Rev. Enoch Huntington, 


Plurality, E. 


i 


Abraham Jarvis, E. 


Raddam . 


1 


Gerfhoni Bulkley, 


Eleazcr May. 


f 


Vacant, 


Killitigicorth . 




Thomas Minor. 


Achilles Mansfield, 


ti 


Eaji-l£adda?n. 


: Henry Ely. 


■ 


Elijah Parfons,, 


Soy-Brook. 


t 


William Lyman, 


Fred. W. Hotchkifs, 




Jofeph Vail. 


John Devotion, 




Chatham, 


Richard Elv, 




Cyprian Strong, 


Samuel Mills. 


1 


Lemuel Parfons 3 




. County c 


I Tolland. 


i 


Tolland, 


Bdui. 


\ 


Rev. Nathan Williams. 


|Rev. George Coiton, 








& 



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P.ev. Ebenez'er Kellogg. 


Rev. Elijah JLathrop, 


Coventry* 


David Foot, £. ■ 


Jofeph Huntington, D-..D. 


Somert* 


Nathan Strong, 


Charles Backus. 


Samuel Lock wood. 


Union. 


Ellington. 


Vacant, 


Vacant, 


WilUngitm* 


Htbr.on. 


Gideon Noble, 


Samuel Kellogg, 


Liiybridge, B, 


1 Ordained min'ijlers educated at Yale* College, Unfetthd % hut 


continuing to preach* 


Rev. Nathan Birdfey, 


Rev. Hezekiah Gould, 


Daniel Brinfmade, 


Ebenezer Martin, 


Timothv Pitkin, 


Elam Potter, 


Abel Newell, 


David Hale. ' 


Candidates on the Catalogue of Yale- College. 


MefTrs, Edmund Mills, of Kent, 


Levi Lankton, Southington, 


Ebenezer Kingfbury, Coventry* 


John Elfworth, Ellington* 


Wait Cornwell, Middletovun, 


Ethel Ofborn, Litchfield. 


Stephen Williams, Woodftotk. 


Samuel Perkins, Moriv'uh. 


Aaron Collins, Guilford, " 


Calvin White/ Chatham. 


Hendric Dow, -dftford. 


Jonathan Ellis, Lifion. 


j Reuben Hitchcock, Clejhire^ 


John Ely, * Lyme* 


Ebenezer Fitch, i Yale-College, 


Sylvefrer Sage, Berlin, 


Edward Porter, Farmington, 


Daniel Crocker, $JWr Haven. 


Reuben Morfe, Chefhire, 


Matthew Noyes, Lyme, 



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MILITIA. 



HI$ EXCELLENCY 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Efq. 

Captain- General and Commander in Chief of the 1 
military Forces in the State of Conne&icut* 

Honorable 
Oliver Wolcott> Ei^. Lieutenant-General. 

John Keyes, Efq. Adjutant- General. 
Col. Roger GrifwoW, ? Aids cle camp to his Excel*y 

Col. Samuel Huntington, 3d* y the Commander in Chief.! 



l(r Brigade. 

Samuel Wyllys, Efq. Brigadier- Genera!, 

Samuel W. Pomeroy, Brigade-Major. 

Elifha Moore, Brigade Quarter-Mailer. 

[ A r o return has Imn made of the officers* r.ames.^ 

2d Brigade. 

Comfort Sage, Efq. Brigadier- General. 

John Meigs, Efq. Brigade-Major. 

Samuel Canrkld, Dep. Quart. Mart. Qtn* 

[iV« return LaS been made of the officers 9 ' names. ^ 



I 



•Officers of the 3d Brigade. 

Samuel Mott, Efq. Brigadier- General. 

Jonathan Ogden Mofeley, Efq. Brigade Major. 

3d Regiment.. 
Richard Defhon, Efq. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
John Gi HiHhoufe* £{q. Major. 

Captains. Ebcneser Douglas, Jofeph Noyes, Jeremiah 
Harding, Thomas Way, jun. Samuel Fox» Jofeph Gillet, 
Thomas AMcn, jun. Ezra Wait, Daniel jDouglafs, Abner 
Brockway,Lt. .Daniel Crocker Abner Lord,jun. Nathaniel 
Vibber,, William Tinker, Guy Wheeler, Lemuel Lee. 



( 3Q ) „■ 

Lieutenants. Thaddeus Brooks, Calvin Noyes, Stephen 

Maynaid, , Mulford Raymond, Calvin Selden,. 

Jofephus Lovett, Rofwell Champlin, Goddard Martenns, 
; Benjamin Dart, Lee Peck, Oliver Com Hock, John Defhon, 
;Wait S* Avery, Martin Huntley. 
! Enftgns. Spearry Douglas, Nathaniel Matfbn, Nathan 

' Baley, j.un> , Thomas Hitlhoufc, William 

•Sill, Jafon Beebe, Amos Smith, Simon S. Bifliop, Ambrofe 
jNiles, Philip Morgan, Richard Brockway, Jared Com (lock, 

Jacob Tillotfon, jun. James Comftock, Nathan Tinker- 
J Staff Officers. Oliver Com flock, Adjutant* John Ballam, 
iPaymaJter. Thomas Anderfon, ^uarter-mzfter. Daniel 

Calkins, Surgeon* Thomas Coit, jtin. Surgeon 's Mate, 

8th Regiment. 

Peleg Noyes, Efq. Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 

Ifaac Avery, Efq. Major. 

Captains. Thomas Noyes, Vine Starr, Oliver Breed, 
John Williams,., Chrifiopher Morgan, Thomas Mallifon, 
Giles Capron, Edward Parker, Benadam Williams. David 
Soardman, Edward Swan, Elifha Rofe, John Tyler, Ed- 
•ward Thurfton, Jacob Meech, Frederick Witter, Elias S. 
Palmer, Samuel ^atterley. 

j Lieutenants. Robert Chefebvough, Ebenezer A very, ad- 
Nathan Brown, Elifha Williams, Peleg Williams, Ralph 
Stoddard 1 , i'frael Morgan, Ifaac Wightman, Ifaac Williams, 
; Thaddeus Gopk, John Baldwin^Lebbeus-Geer, David Geer, 
iStephen Hall, Eiias Brewiler, Samuel Kellum, Charles 
Crandal, jofeph Eelis. 

Enftgns^ William Clark, John Chefter, William Randal. 
Amos Denifon, William A. Morgan, Rufus Avery, Rich- 
ard Geer, Daniel Burrows, Paul Wheeler, William Cogf- 
well, Ichabod EgleUon, Jofeph Button, Reuhen Patridge, 
Shepard Wheeler, Elifna York, Amos Witter, Joieph 
Chapman, Prentice Breed. 

| Staff- Officers. Srmeon Avery, Adjutant. Samuel Eld 
redge, Paymajlsr. Ifrael Tracy, ^htarter-mafttr* Jolhur 
Downer, Surgeon, Silas Holmes, Surgeon** mate* 

ooth Regiment. 
Eiih.u Marvin,. Efq. Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 



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J Joleptt vviijiums, Eiq Major. 

Captains. Daniel Tracy, ad. James Hyde, jun. Aaron 
'Gager, Ebenezer Tracy, Philip Harvey, Zerubabel Whit- 
man, Amos Arsnftrong, MofesPark, Levi Perkins. 

Lieutenants. Zechariah Huntington, Jonathan Culver, 
John Tracy, jun. A.bel Calkins, Solomon Giddins, Nathan 
Bingham, Jofhua Smith, jun. Frederick Fanning, Jofeph 
Parfons, John Bingham, j*un. 

Enfigns. Jahez Kirtland, George Dennis, jun. Oliver 
Johnfon, Jeremiah Kinfman, jun. Pelatiah Brewfler, Aft 
Fitch, James Armftrong, • Oliver Blifs, Dwight Ripley, 
Fzckiel Bufhnel* 

St.iff-Officers. Rev. Jofeph Strong, Chaplain. Zechariah 
Huntington, Adjutant. Eiiphaict Huntington, Pajmajler. 
Eraftus Perkins, ghtartvr-mafier. Jofeph Perkins, Surgeon. 

a4th Regiment. 
David B. Spenc«r,-£fq. Lieut. Colonel Commaridaat. 
Henry Champion, jun. Efq. Major. 

Captattii. Epaphroditus Champion, Abner Kellogg* 

\ \ Dan Worthington, Abner Hall, Aaron Foote, Afa Wor- 

thington John Arnold, jun. Robert Anderibn, Ebenezer 

rlolmes, Samuel Morgan. 

Lieutenants* Jeremiah Smith, Stephen Foote, Nathaniel 

Otis, Gabriel Ely, Judah Scovel, Clark McCartey, Noadi 

ah Emmons, Amos Randall, Ifrael Com (lock, Elijah 

I Tread way. 

Enfigns. s Gamaliel R. Tracy,'DanieA Watrous, Jonathan 
Morgan, Gideon Cook, David Yeomanx, Francis Henry* 
Tim. Spender, Jofiafh*Gri"fl6n,EoSv. Dic'kibn, Bond Bigelow. 
* Staff- Officers'. Rev. Elijah Parfons, Chaplain. Kraft** 
Worthttogton, Adjutant* Gad Worthington, Pajmafier. 
John Brainard, Quarter -mafier. Thomas Skifitter, Surgeon. 

4 th Brigade. 
■'John 1 Chandler, Efq. Brigadier- General, 
Frederick J. Whiting, Efq. Brigade M^jor. 
Elijah Boardman, Dep. Qnart. Maft- Gen. 

[A r « return bas Been made of the officer 3 T names.] 



( 3* ) i 

Officers of the jth Brigade. 

Samuel McClellan, Efq. Brigadier- General. 

John McCleiian, Efq. Brigade-Major. 

Liiftu Paine, Efq. i>ep. Quart. Gen* 

5 th Regiment. 
Ebenezer Mofeley, Kfiq. Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 
Simeon Smith, Efq Major. 
Captains* Benjamin Dyer* Barzilla Swift, John Baker, 
■ Jeremiah Fitch, Abel Simons, Daniel Deniton, Thomas 
Davenport, Stephen Brigham, James F. Sumner, Robert 
Barrows, Samuel Tyler, Jonathan Blackman, Jonathan 
Brown* John Swift, jun. 

Lieutenants. Labbeus Larrabe, Jacob Cufhman, James 
fcarey, Gerftiom Brigham, Matthew Marcy, Thomas 
Utley, JoTeph Talcott, Ifaac Barrows, Jeremiah Mum- 
ford, James SJate, Benjamin Walker, Ala Robin/on* 
James Royce, Ebenezer Carey, jun. 

Enfigns* Jabez Haten, Lemuel Nichols, William Rudd, 
John Fitch, James Howe, Jacob Holt, Elijah Wright, 
Edward Dimmick, Nathan Burcham Heman Storrs, Afti- 
bel Welch, Jofe'ph Thompfoo, Nathan Crofs. 

Staff Officers. Rev. Stephen White, Chaplain. Zenas 
Howes, Adjutant. John Fitch, Paymafor. Dan Storrs, 
^uarter'7Haji£r. Samuel Lee* Surgeox* Jonathan Brew 
ffter, Surgeon's Mate. 

Ilth Regiment. 
VVael Putnam, Effy Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 

-Daniel Learned, Efq. Major. 
Captains* Elijah V/iliiams, Simon Davis, Aaron Cleate 
•land, Jonathan ft&orfe, William Pierce, Ebentfcer Scar- 

S borough, James Denifon, Seth Chandler, Jacob Drcfler, 
Thomas Grofyenor, adw Benjamin Learned, Ebenester Go- 
jfurn, Peleg Corbin. 

f Lieutenants* John Mav, AlpheusConVerfc,DaYid Holmes, 
Ebenezer Leach, Elijah Thayer, Thomas Day, Charles 
^hilds, Ifaac Parker,NathanPaine> William Smith, Elijah 
•Bugbee, A(a Witfcetf. 

« Mnftgns. Riohard Goodell, Samuel Wilfon, John H. 
(on, 



Paykn, Afa Payfon> Hubbard Torrey, Peter Pike, John 



< p ) 

rPDiy, Darius Bacon, William t) wight, Thomas Grow, JeiTe . 
!;|iBixhee, Elias Guilds, Thomas Chaffee. 

Staff"- Officers. Rev. Joftuia Johnion, Chaplain* Lemuel- 
GroiVenor, Adjutant* David Holmes, Puymaffer. William, 
Morris, Ghtart. M. Albigence Waldo, Surgeon* Tared 
Warner, Surgeon's Mate* 

— 

lith Regiment. • 
James Clark, Efq. Lieut- Colonel Commandant. f 
Samuel Gilbert., Efq. Major. 

Captains. Jofiah .BueJl, Whiting Backus, ElihuPomeroy,v 
iHenry Bli(s 7 . binion Abel, Jonah Root;, Jofeph Kingfbury,'' 
jSimeon Dunham, Jofeph Waters, Rufus Lamb. 

Lieutenants. Stephen Payne, jun. James Mafon, Pbi- 
|n,€as Strong,, Samuel Weft,. NehemiaK Porter, Ifaiah Lord 
'mi3, Abraham Skinner, Alexander Houfe, Daniel Bum- t • 
jnell, Hubbard McCall. 

I & n f*& n! ' Benjamin Hyde, EjiphrJet Dewey, David Bar- 
ber, jun, Ifaac Ticknar, Nathaniel Rogers, jmi. A fa Blulbij 
jjohri EnTworthj William RqIIo, David Tarbox, jun. Abra- 
ham Wilcox. 

I Staff Officers. Joel Jon es, jun. Adjutant* .James Clark J 
.' ^uarter-majler^ James F. Maftn, Paymajier. James Tho- 
jmaSj Surgeon*., Aaron Stiles, Surgeon, Mate*. 



aid. Regiment. • 

James Gordon, Efq. Lieut, Colonel Commandant 

Benjamin Bacon ? Efq.* Major. 

Ciptalns. Seres Harris, Mofes Wyjie, Ebenocr Copp, 
Luther Bingham, Jo(hua Filnk^William Gallup 3 Ifaac Bac- 
kus, Silas Hutchens. 

Lr»itsna?>ii* John Gallup, Benjamin Dow, Willkim Cut- 
k% Noah Day, Afa Montgomery, John H..11, jun: Benja- 
min Backus, jun- John SalFord, Samuel Carter. 

£-ffgns* Chriftophcr Dean ? i;li Walhburn, Silas Cleave 
land, John Wylie, Abel 'Andrus, David Gallup, Jonathan 
Palmerl Shubael HiVtchens. 

Staff-Officers. Stephen Backus, Adju'ant* Jedidiah John- 
fon, Psjmiiffr* Nathaniel Sertcrly, Quarter- M-jffr* 



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6th Brigade. 

Heman Swift, Efq. Brigadier- General. 

Uriah Tracy, Efq. Brigade- Major. 

[No jRcturn, bus been made of the officers' names*] 



JndependentXompanies. 
New- London* John Hallam, Captain, Picket Latimer j 

Lieutenant, Thomas Jones, Enjign, 

Norwitb. Felix Huntington, Captain. Roger Grifwold, 
Lieutenant, 7 homas Hubbard , Ettfign, 

Canterbury, Mofes Cleaveland, Captain, Waller Hough. 
Lieutenant, Luther Pain, Erfign, 

Matrofs. Companies. 
Nsr-wich. Hezekiah Williams, Captain. Thomas L. 
rhomas, I ft Lieutenant, ' Jabea Huntington, Lieut, Fire^. 
worker, 

Brouktyne. JonStia Miles, Captain. Stepjbgn .Hulet, 
I ft Lieutenant, George Williamfon/ ad Lieutenqnp Ifaac, 
Fuller, 3d Lieutenant, John Curtis, Lieut, tfire-ivctker. 



Light-Dragoons, 
ift Regiment. 
William Hart, Efq. Major Commandant. 
Captains, Levi Robbins^ Eiias Clark, Joel Mo£s x David 
Lyman, Uriah J^elfey. 

Lisutenanh. Samuel Whitman, DanfeiTalmage, Charles 
Hall, John Roberts, Arns. Psr**ie!e. 

Cornets. Edward Grifwold, Solomon Talmage, Caleb 
Hubbart, David Bifhop> 

^uarier-majlers, James Wefefter, Timothy Higgins, An 
drew Hill, Giles Wilcox, Daniel WiUard. 

ad Regiment. 
Latham Hull, Efq. Major C^mroaadanN 
i Captains, EHOja Edgerton, Roger Bulkley, Deniibn 
■UVatties, Jofeph Smith. 
. Lieutenants. Roger Fox ? Charles Bulkley, Bilie W T iili- 
tarns, Eliiha Swan* 



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1 Cornets. Oliver Backus, Reuben Champion^Samuel 
Hyde, Nathan Morgan. 

<%uarter-?xa/lrrs. Jofhua Hyde, Job Beck with, Jacob 
Loomis, William Brown, 

Staff- Offiters. William Williams, id. Adjutant. Amos 
Wheeler, <$>uarter-wjler . Avery Downer, Surgeon* 

3d Regime nt. 
David Wood, Efq. Major Commandant. 
Captains. David Judfon, James Lockwood, Abel Brad- 
ley, Ezra Dibble. 

Lieutenants. Curtis Tomlinfan, Jfaac Weed, Medad 
Bradley, Thomas Cook. 

Comets. Nathaniel Lewis, Samuel Seymour, David 
Odel, Daniel Benedict* 

Quarter -mafiers. John Curtis, John EHis, John Burr, 
Eliakim Peck. - 

Staff-Officers^ Me4ad Bradley, Adjutant. John Curtis, 
^4rJtr-maJkr K *r^ohl\~y{QQd r Surgeon. 

^r^' ^^v x 4 tn Regiment. 

£b?h"ezer Backus, Efq. Major Commandant. 

GagtAns. Ebeneier Bafs, £benezcr Smithy Selah Nor* 
tor/^ Stephen Hall, v ^alvin Pitkin. 

' Lieutenants* John Wiifon, John P. Child* Auguftas 
fitch, Thomas Oorden, Jeduthun Cobb. 

Comets. Timothy Babcock, John R. Watfon, Sand. Al- 
Verd, Eliiha Backus, James Conris. 

<%jiarter-majiers. Nathaniel Manning, Daniel Lindiey, 
Timothy Elmer, George Dorrance* Amos. James. 

Staff Offers. Aaron Gimfted, Adjutant* Timothy Was- 
r,en, iia^majtefy $amuelLee, Surgeon^ 

5th Regiment. 
Andrew Hillyer, Eiq Major Commandant. 
Captains; Solomon Hucd, Ssunqel Lee, Jofcph Wells, 
Levi Stone, Pliny Hillyer, Rofwel Coe, — Ranfonre. 
A Lieutenants. Jonathan Baker,. Jonas Lawrence, Samuel 
ll^ewis, Elihu Lewis, Charles Cafe, j«n. Stephen Chabb. 
1 Com.ti.. Robert Hannahs, John Peck,. Abel Clarke, 
jBenjami n Hanks, Chaun cey Pcttibone, John Treat. 

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'$>udrter-mafiers. Aaron Maliery, George Marfh, Jame 
Franci » *Caleb Lyman, •. », .Roger Sheldon. 

Staff'- Officers. James Huggins, Adjutant. David BueL 
Quarter-wafer . Lynde Lord, jun. Paymaffer. Seth Bird. 
Surgeon. Eliphalet Buck, ^Surgeon 9 / Mate. 



Officers belonging to his Excellency's Independent Compa- 
nies of Horie and Foot* 
riorfe Guard. 
Hartfird. John Caldwell, Captain. Thomas Y. Seymour, 
I<1 Lieutenant, Charles Phelps, id Lieutenant. Timothy 
Burr, Ccrnet* 

Foot Guards. 
Hartford. Charles-Hopkjns, Captain, . Solomon Meers, 1 
Lieutenant. George Goodwin, Enjign* 

Neiv-Eavsn* William Lyon, Captain. Jacob i>4ggett, 
Lieutenant. Elihu Lyman, JEnfign. 



CONSTITUTION of the UNITED STATES 

of AMERICA. 

We the People of the United States, in 

order to form a more perfect union, clrahlHh juftice, ,in- 
fiire dome^ic tranquility, provide for the common de- 
fence, promote the general welfare, and iecure the blef 
fi ngs of liberty to ourielyes and our posterity, <\o ordain 
and ettabKlh this Conftitution for the United States of 
America. , 

A^T I C % E I. 

■SeSi. I. /JbXL legislative powers herein granted,, (hall be 

JTlC vefted in a Congrefs of the United States, 

which (hall confift of a Senate and Houfe of Repreientatives. 

Setf.z- The Houfe of Representatives mall be com- 
pofed of members chofen every fecond year by, the people 
M the feveral (tates ; and the elf Qors, in each ftate ihall 
have the qualifkatkms rcquihte for electors of the moft nu- 
merous branch of the (rate legislature. 

No perfon /hall be a reprefentative who (hall not have 
attained to the age of twenty* five years, and been /even 



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* years a citizen of the United States, and who (hall not, 
when elected, be an inhabitant of that ftate in Which he 
(hall be chofen. ■.* "," I 

Representatives and direct taxes (hall be apportioned 
among the fevcral ftates which may be included within 
this Union, according to their rcfpective numbers, which 
(hall be determined by adding to the whole number of free 
pcrfons, including thofe hound to fervice for a term of years, 
and excluding Indians not taxed, three-fifths of aii other, 
perfons. The actual enumeration (hall he made within 
three years after the firfl: meeting oF the Congrcfs of the 
United States, and within every fubfequent term of ten 
years, in fuch manner as they (hall by law direct. The 
nnmber of reprefentatives (hall not exceed one for every 
thirty thoufand, but each ftate fliall have at leaft one re- 
presentative : and until fuch enumeration (hall be made^ 
the ftate of New Hampshire Ihall be entitled to chufe three, i 
Maftachufetts eight, Rhode-] (land and Providence Planta- ■ 
tions one, Connecticut five, New- York fix, New- Jerfey four, I 
Pennfylvania eight, Delaware one, Maryland fix, Virginia 
ten, North-Carolina fire, South- Carolina five, and Geor-j 
gia three. I 

When vacancies happen in the reprefentation from any 
ftate, the executive authority thereof (hall iflue writs of 
electien to fill fuch vacancies. I 

The Moufe of Reprefentatives (hall choofe their Speaker 
and other officers ; and (hall have the fole povrer of im-1 
peachment. 

Sed. 3. The Senate of the United States (hall be com- 
posed of two fenators from each ftate, chofen by the legis- 
lature thereof* for fix years : and each Senator fhall have 
one vote. 1 

Immediately after they (hail be afTembled in confeqnence 
of the firft election, they (hall be divided as equally as may 
be into three clafles. The feats of the fenators of the firft 
clafs (hall be vacated at the expiration of the fecond year, 
of the fecond clafs at the expiration of the fourth year, and 
of the third clafs at the expiration of the fixth year, So that 
one third may be chofen every fecond year : and if vacan- 
cies happen by resignation, or otherwife, during the rcctfs 
of the Legiflature of any ftate, the Executive thereof may 



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/make temporary appointments until fhe- next meeting of| 
ithe Legiflature, which mail then fill fuch vacancies. 
1 No perfon fhaii be a fenator who (h all net havr ai \h 
to the age of thirty years, and been nine v ( a 
the United States, an: who fh 
inhabitant, of that State for i ;:'■ 

The Vice-Prefident of the United 
dent cf the Senate, hut ffiaHhaye h . - 
equally divided. 

The Senate (hall choofe their other \ Ho if 

President pro tempore, in the ali/ewc£ 61 . .ll-j 

dent, or when he 'hall exercife the office of 
United States. 

The Senate /fhall' have the fole power to try ail impeach* 
ments. "When fitting for that ptupofe they (frail be on oath 
or affirmation . When the Prtfident of the Uhitetl States h 
tried, the Chief Juftice fhall prbfrde* And no perior. fhall 
be convicted without the concuvrer.ee of two thirds ©f lift 
members prefent. 

Judgment in cafes of impeachment fhall not extend far- 
ther than to removal from office, and difqualification to hold 
,x and enjoy any office of honor, truft or profit under the 
( United States; but the party convicted fhaii nevertheless 
be liable and fubjetl to indictment, trial, judgment and 
punifhment, according to Jaw. 

Sc&. 4. The times, phces and manner of holding elect- 
ions ior fenators and reprefentatives ? &all be prefcribed m 
each ft Ate by the legiflature thereof ; but the Corgrefs ma) 
at any time by law make or alter fuch regulations, except 
as to the places of choofing Senators. 

The Cangrefs fhall aflemble at leafl: once in every year, 
and fuch meeting fhall be on the firft Monday in Decern* 
ber, nnlefs they Shall by law appoint a different day. 

Setf. 5 . :OEach. houfe (hall be the judge of the elections: 
returns and-qualilfications of its own members, and a majority 
fof each fiiall conftitute a quorum todobufineis s butafmallei 
'number may adjourn from day to day, and may he authori 
! fed to compel the attendance of abfent members, in fuch 

Smanner,and under fuch penalties aseach hcufe may provide: 
, Each houfe may determine the rules of its proceedings 5 
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puniih it* members for di (orderly behaviour, .tnd with the, 
concurrence of two thirds, expel a member. 

Each houfe mail keep a journal of its proceedings, and 
from tnne to time publifh the fame, excepting Inch parts 
as may in their judgment require fecrecy : and tha yeas"' 
and nays of the members of either houfe on any queftioni 
fhiil at the de fire of one fifth of thofe prefent, be entered 
on the journal. 

Neither houfe, during the fetfion of Cor.grefs, fhall, with- 
out the confent of the other, adjourn for more than three! 
days, nor to any other place than that in which the two 
houfes fhall be fitting. | 

I Stfl, 6. The fenators and repre fen tati^S fhall receivs 
;a compenfation for their fervices, to be afccrtainecl by law, 
Jand paid out of the treafury of the United States. They 
ifhall in all cafes, except treafon, felony and breach of peace, 
jbe privileged from arrcft during their attendance at the 
fefOon of their refpective houfes, and in going to and re 
turning from the fame ; and for any fpeech or debate in ei-3 
:ther houfe, they (hall not be queftioned in any other place. 
No fenator or representative (hall, during the ti ue for 
which he was elected, be appointed to any civil office under; 
the authority of the United States, which (hall have been 
'created, or the emoluments whereof fhall have been encrea- 
led during fneh time; and no per/on holding any office un- 
ider the United States, mall be a member of cither houfe du- 
jring his continuance in office; 

I 8f&* 7. All bills for raifrng revenue mail originate in 
jthe houfe of reprefentatives : but the ftuate may propole^ 
or concur with amendments as on other hills. 
| Every bill which fnall have pafled the houfe of reprefent- 
atives and the fenate, (lull, before it become a law, be pre 
fented to the Prefident of the United States. If he approve 
he fhall flgrt it, but if not he mail return it, with his object- 
ions to that houfe in which it (hall have originated, who' 
mail enter the objections at large on their journal, and pro- 
ceed to recon fider it. If after fuch reconfideration two- 
thirds of that houfe (hall agree to pafs the bill, it fhall be 
fent, together with the objections, to the ether howfe, by 
which it fhall likewife be reconfidered, and if approved byl 
two thirds of that houfe, it (hall become a law. But in allji 



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Such cafes the votes of both houfes (hall be determined by 
yeas and nays, and the names of theperfons voting for and 
agi:; ft the bill, fliall be entered on the journal of each houSe 
respectively. If any bill /hall not be returned by the PreSi- 
dent within ten days (Sundays excepted) after it (hall have 
•been prefented to him, the fame (hail be a law, in like man- 
ner as if he had Signed it, unlefs theXenorefs by their ad- 
journment prevent its return, in which cafe it (hall not be 
a law. 

Every order, refolution, or vote to which the concurrence 
iof the Senate and houfe of reprcfentatives may be neceflary 
[(except on a queftion of adjournment) (hall be prefented 
jto the Prefident of the United States; and before the fame 
[jfliali take effect, (hall be approved by him, or being dis- 
approved by him, fhali be repalTed by two thirds of the 
Senate and houfe of reprcfentatives, according to the rules 
and limitations prefcribed in the cafe of a bill. 
{ Scif. 8. The Congrefs fhall have power to lay and collect 
[taxes, duties, imports and excifes, to pay the debts and 
provide for the common defence and general welfare of 
ithe United States • but all duties, imports and excifes, 
[/ball be uniform throughout the United States. 

To borrow money on the credit of the United States. 
To regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among 
j^the Several dates, and with the Indian tribes. 
I To efhiblifn an uniform rule of naturalization, and uni- 
form laws on the Subject of bankrupcies throughout the 
, United Scates. 

J To coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of fo- 
reign coin, and fix the ftandardof weights and mea Aires. 

To provide for the punidiment of counterfeiting the 
Securities and current coin of the United States. 
To ertablift poft offices and pofc roads. 
To promote the progrefs of fcience and ufeful arts, by 
Securing for limited times to authors and inventors the ex- 
lufive r'i^ht to their respective writings and diScoveries. 
Toconilitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme court. 
To define and punilh piracies and felonies committed on 
the high Seas, and offences again ft the law of nations- 

To declare war, grant letters of marque and repriSal, 
ami make rules concerning captures on land and water. 



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To raife and fupport armies : but no appropriations of 
money to that ufe mail be for a longer ttrm than two years. 

To provide and maintain a navy. 

To make rules for the government and regulation of 
the land and naval forces. 

To provide for calling forth the militia to execu' 
laws of the union, fupprtfsinfurrec'tions and repel inv 

To provide for organizing, arming and difcipliri 
militia, and for governing fuch part of them as may m? 
employed in the fervice of the United States, referving to] 
the States rcfpe<fttvely, the appointment of the officers,; 
and the authority of training the militia according to the] 
difcipline prefcribed by Congrefs. 

To exercife exclufive legifhtion in all cafes whatfoever,! 
over fuch diflricl (hot exceeding ten miles fquare) as may,! 
by cedion of particular States, and the acceptance of Con- j 
grefs, become the feat of government of the United States, 
and to cxercife like authority over all places purchafed by 
the confent of the legiflature of the ftate in which the 
fame fhall be, for the ereclion of forts, magazines, arfenals, 
Jdock-yards, and other needful buildings And 

To make all laws which fhall be neceifary and proper 
for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and ail 
other powers vefted by this conftitution Sri the government 
of the United States, or in any department or officer thereof, 

ScGt. 9. The migration or importation of fuch perfons 
as any of the ftates now exifting mall think proper to 
admit, mail not be prohibited by theCongrefs prior to the 
year one thoufand eight hundred and eight, hut a tax or' 
duty may be impofed on fuch importation, not exceeding 
ten dollars for each peifon. 

The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus fhall not be 
fufpended, unlefs when in cafes of rebellion or invafion the 
'public f»fety may require it. 

No bill of attainder or ex port faclo Jaw (hal! be pafTed. 

No capitation or other direct tax fhall be laid, unlefs in 
proportion to (he cenfusor enumeration herein before direc- 
ted to be taken. 

No tax or duty fhall be laid on articles exported from 
any ftate. 

No preference fhall be given by any regulation of com- 



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'mere* or revenue to the ports of one ftate over thofe of 
[another, nor (hall Veflels bound to or from one ftate be! 
obliged to enter, clear, or pay duties in another. 

No money (hall 'be drawn from the treafury, hut in con- 
ference of appropriations made by law ; and a regular 
Cfatement End account of the receipts and expenditures of 
all public money fhall be publifhed from time to time. 

No :itle of nohilfty (hall be granted by the United States. 
And no perfon holding any office of profit or truft under 
tfiem, (hail, without tae confentofthe Congrefs, accept 
of any prefent, emolument, office, or title, of any kind 
whatever, from any king, prince, or foreign ftate. 

SeSi. io. No ftate mall enter. into any treaty, alliance 
or confederation, grant letters of mark and reprifai, coin 
money, emit bills of credit, make any thing but gold and 
filver coin a tender in payment of debts, pals any bill of 
attainder, ex poft facto law, or law impairing the obliga- 
tion of contracts, or grant any title of nobility. 

No ftate mall, without the confent of Congrefs, lay. anyj ! 
impofts or duties on imports or exports, except what may j 
be abfoluteiy neceflary for executing its inspection laws, and 
the nett produce of ail duties and impofts laid hy any ftate, 
on imports or exports, fnall be for the ufe of the treafury 
of the United States, and all fuch laws (hall be fnbject to 
the revifion and controul of the Congrefs. No ftate (hall, 
without the confent of Congrefs, lay any duty of tonnage, 
!keep troops or mips of war in time of peace, enter'into any 

8 agreement or compact with another ftate, or with a foreign 
power, or eragage in war unlefs actually invaded, or in fuch 
imminent danger as will not admit of dchy. 
II. 
Se&. I. The executive power (hall be vefted in a prefi 
dent of the United States of America. He (hall hold his 
office during the term of four years, and, together with the 
yice-prefident,chofen for the fame term, be elected as fol- 
lows: Each ftate (hallappoint in fuch manner as the legiflature 
thereof may direct, a number of electors equal to the whole 
number of fenators and reprefentatives to which the ftate 
may be entitled in the Congrefs : but no fenator or repre- 
fentative, or perfon holding an office of truft or profit under 
the United States, fhal' be appointed an elector. i 

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!ft£lars iball meet in their refpeelive ftates^ and 

llot for two perfons, of whom one at lea ft (hall 

i. habitant of the fame (late with thcmfelves^ 

i (hey mall make a lift of ail the perfons voted for, and 

. number of votes for each ; which lift they (hall fign 

jane certify, and tranfmit fealed to the feat of the gdVern- 

rflent of the United States, directed to the prefident of 

J*he fenate. 

■ prefident of the fenate fhall in the prefence of the 
ferrate aVtd houfe of rcprefentativesopen all the certificates,' 
and the votes fhall then bre counted. 

The perfon having the greateft number of votes fhall be 
the prefident, if fuch number be a majority of the whole 
number of electors appointed ; and if there be more than 
o^c who have fuch majority, and have an equal number 
of votes, then the houfe of reprefentatives fhall immedi 
ateiy chufe by ballot oneof them for prefident ; and if no 
perfon iiave a majority, then from the five higheft on the 
lift the faid houfe (hall inlike manner choofe the prefidenU 
Rat in choofing the prefident, the votes fhall be taken by 
ftaies, the representation fr©m each ftate having one vote, 
Aquoium for this purpofe'ihall corififtof a member or mem- 
bers from two-thirds of the ftatesyand a majority Of all the 
ftatcs fhall fee neceflTary to a choice. In every cafe, after 
the choice of the prefident, the perfon having the greateft 
number of votes of the electors fhall fee the vice-prefrdent 
But if there fhonld remain two or more who have equal votes, 
the fenate fhall chooic from them by ballot the vfct-' 
prefid'ent* 

The Co-ngrefs may determine the time of chufing the 
electors, and the day on which they fhall giv« their totes j 
which day fhall be the fame throughout the United States. 

No 'perfon except a natural fcorn citizen, or a citizen of 
the United States^ at the time of the adoption of this con- 
ftitution, fhall be eligible to the ofBce of prefident ; neither 
fhall any perfon be eligible to that office wfto 'fhall not have 
attained to the age of thirty- five years, and been fourteen 
years a tefident within the United States. 

In cafe of the removal of the prefident from ofSce 5 or of 
lis deaths resignation, or inability to difcharge the powers 
an d duties of the faid o ffi ce, the Jame fhall devolve on tfae 






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vice-preiident, and the Congrefs may by law provide for 
the cafe of removal, death ref'ignation or inability, both of 
the prefident, and vice-prefident, declaring what officer mall 
then act as prefident, and fuch officers fhall aft accordingly, 
until the difability be removed, or a prefident mall be 
elected. 

The prefident fhall, at dated times, receive for his fer- 
vices, a compenfation which mail neither be encreafed nor 
diminifhed during the period for which he (hall have been 
elected. And he mail not receive within that period anyj 
other emolument from the United States or any of them. 

Before he enter on the execution of his office, he fhall; 
take the following oath or affirmation : ** I, do fblemnly' 
fwear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of 
prefident of the United States, and will to the beft of my 
ability, preferve, protect and defend the conftitution of the 
United States," 

Sett* a. The prefident fhall be commander in chief of 
the army and navy of the United States, and of the mi 
Htia of the feveial States when called into the actual fervice 
jof the United States : he may require the opinion, in 
.writing, of the principal officer in each of the executive de- 
**• apartments, upon any fubject relating to the duties of their 
refpective offices, and he fhall have power to grant reprieves 
and pardons for offences againft the United States, except 
in cafes of impeachment* 

He mall have power, by and with the advice and confent 
of the fenate, to make treaties, provided, two-thirds of the 
fenators prefent conciar ; ?nd he mail nominate, and by 
and with the adrice and confent of the fenate (hall appoint 
ambaffodors, other public minifters and confuls, judges of 
the fupreme court, and all other officers of the United States, 
whofe appointments are not herein otherwife provided for. 
*and which fhall be eftablilhed by law. But the Congrefs 
may by law veft the appointment of fuch inferior officers as 
! they think proper in the prefident alone, in the courts of 
ilaw, or in the heads of departments. 

The prefident fhall have power to fill up all vacancies 
'that may happen during the recefsof the fenate, by grant- 
ing commifEons which mall expire at the end of their next 
|fe(Tlon. 



Sefi. 3. He fhallfrom time to time gire to the Congrcl's 
information of the ftate of the union, and recommend to 
their confideration fuch meafures as he (hall judge necciTary 
and expedient : Ke may, on extraordinary occafions, con 
vene both houfe.*, or either of them, and in cafe of difa- 
greement between them, with refpect to the time of ad- 
journment, he may ..adjourn them to fuch time as he (hal 1 
think proper : He ihall receive ambailadors and other pub- 
lie m iniilers : Ke (hall take care that the laws be faithfully 
executed, and ihall commifllon all the officers of the United 
States. 

Sccl, /!. The piefident, vice-prefident and all civi 
officers »f the United States, (hall be removed from office 
on impeachment for, and conviction of treaibn, bribery, 
or other high crimes and mifdemeanors. 

i • * n - 

I £<?£?. I. The judicial power of the United States, fhali 
J he vefted in one fupreme court, and in fuch inferior courts 
jas the congrefs may from time to time ordain and eftabliffi. 
]The judges, both of the fuprtme and inferior court, (hall 
jhold their offices during good behaviour, and (hall, at 
jftated times, receive for their fcrvices, a eompenfation, 
'which (hall not be diminifhed during their continuance in 
office. 

Sefi. 2. The judicial power (hall extend to all cafes, in 
law and equity, arifing under this conftitution, the laws' 
of the United States, and treaties made, or which (hall be 
made, under their authority. To all cafes affecting am 
baffadors,. or other public minifters and confub. To all 
cafes of admiralty and maritime jurifdiclion. To co*itro 
verfies to which the United States ihall be a party. To 
eontroverfies between two or more States ; between a ftate 
and citizens of another ftate; between citizens of d liferent 
ftate s; between citizens of the fame ftate claiming land: 
under grants of different ftates, and between a ftate, or 
the citizens thereof, and foreign (rates, citizens or fubjecls. 
In all cafes affecting amhaffadors, other public mini- 
fters and confuis, and thofe in which a ftate (hall be aj 
party, the fuprerae court fhall have original jnriidiaionj 
In all the other cafes before mentioned, the fupreme couri 
fhall have appellate j utifdiftion^ both as to law and fac^J 



^^^^ ( 46 ) 

j v.irh inch exceptions, and under fuch regaiations as the 
Congrefs fhall make. 

The trial of all crimes, except in cafes of impeachment, 
fhall be by jury; and fuch trial (hall be held in the flatt 
where the (aid crimes (hall have been committed ; but when 
not committed within any (late, the trial fhall be at fuch 
,'place or places as the -Congrefs may by. law have directed. 
Se&. 3. Treafon againfi: the United States fhall confi ft 
jCnly in levying war againfi: them, or in adhering to their 
enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No perfon fhall be 
'convicted of treafon uniefs on the tefrimony of two witnelT- 
es to the fame overt acl, or on confefiion in open court. 

The congrefs (bail have power to declare the punifhment 
of treafon, but no attainder of treafon fhall work corrup- 
^ } 1 lion of blood, or forfeiture, except during the life of the 
1 nerfon attainted. 

Se£l. 1. Full faith and credit fhall be given in each 
(late to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings 
of every other ftate* And the Congrefs may by general 
laws prefcribe the manner in which fuch a&s,. records and 
proceedings fhall be proved, and the erTe el thereof. 

Seft. %. The citizens of each flate fhall be entitled 
to all privileges and immunities of citizens in the feveral 
dates. 

A perfon charged in ariy (late with treafon, felony, or 
other crime, who (hall flee from juffice, and be found in 
another date, fhall on demand of the executive authority 
of the (late from which he fled be delivered up to be remo- 
ved to the flate having jurifdiclion of the crime, 
j ; No perfon held to fervice or labour in one frate uuderthejl 
j. laws thereof, efcaping into another, fh$\) in confequence of|_ 
the'^y * aw or regulation therein be difcharged fiom fuch fer-| 
wn0( Vice or labour, but fhall be delivered up on claim of the par- 
i an ^ty to whom fuch fervice or labour may be due* 
tmav ,; Se ^' 3* ^ ew State& ma V be adm i ltc ^ b y Congrefs into 
! t ^ e ythis union; but none v; flate fhall be formed or ere tied with- 
^ aw in the jurifdiclion of any other flate ; nor any (late be form- 
| >j+r<\ by the juntlion of two or more flates, or parts of ftates, 
] t ^ at vithout theconfent of the legiflatures, of the Hates c©n- 
llinfl c errecl as we 11 as of the Cong-cfs. 



th< 

Kd 

|wn. 
par 
refi 

and 



oftl 
ifens 
and 



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The Congrefs fhall have power to difpole of and make all 1 

I needful rule sand refutations refptr/ring the territory or o- 

ther property belonging to the United States : and nothing 

in this Conftitution fhall he Co conftrued as to prejudice a- 

ny claims of the United States, or of any particular Hate. 

St&* 4 . The United States fhall guarantee to every Hate 
in this union a Republican form of govern m,ent, and fhall 
protect each of. them againft invafion ; and on applica 
tion of the lagifiature, or of the executive when the legis- 
lature cannot be convened, a{*ainft domeftic violence. 
V. 

The Congrefs, whenever two thirds of both houfes fhall 
deem it necefTary, fhall prcpofe amendments to this con- 
ftitution, or on application of the legislatures of two thirds of 
,thefeveral Hates, fhall call a convention for propofing amend- 
ments, which, In either cafe, fhall be valid to all intents and 
purpofes, as part of this conftitution, when ratified by the 
legislatures of three-fourths of the federal Hates, or by con- 
ventions in three-fourths thereof, as the one or the other 
mode uf ratification may he pnbpofed by the Congrefs : Pro- 
vided, that no amendment which may he made, prior to thej 
year 1808 fhall in any manner eifecl the firft and ft nirth 
claufes in the ninth fe£tion of the firft article, and that no, 
ftate without its confent fhall be deprived of its equal fuf- 
frage in the fenate. 

m> 

All debts contracted and-engagements entered into before 
the adoption of this Conftitutisn, fhall he as vaied againil 
the United States under this Conftitution- as under th« 
confederation. 

1 This coaftitution and the Laws , of the United State 
which fhall be made in purfuance thereof; and a'l treatie 
made, or which fhall be made, under the authotity of th 
United States, fhall be the filpreme law of the land; an 
the judges in every ftate fhali be bound thereby, any thin 
Jin the conftitution or laws of any ftate to the contrary no 
[with Handing. 

■I. The Senators and reprefentatives before-mentioned, ar 
fthe members of the feveral State legifhiures, and all ex 
jeutive and judicial officers, both of the United States and 
;ithe feveral States, fhall be hound by oath or affirmation, 



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fupport this conftitution ; but no religious left (hail ever be! 
requi. ed as a qualification to any office or public trufl under 
the United States. 

VII. 
The ratification of the conventions of nine States, Hi all 
be iufficicnt for the eftablifhment of this conftitution be- 
tween the States fo ratifying the fame. 

Done in coniksntiatt, by the unanimous confent of the jlates prc- 
ferit, the Jeventeenth day of September^ in the year of our 
Lord one thou fa ndf even hundred and eighty-feven, and of the 
Independence of the United States of America the five If th- 
in ivitnefs ivhercofive have hereunto fubjeribed our names- 

GEORGE WASHINGTON, Prefdent, 

(and deputy from Virginia. 



k 

Y 

ire 

an 
m 

'of 



New-Hampshirx. 

Jobv Dangdon^ 
Nicholn Gilman* 

Massachusetts. 
Nathaniel Gjrbantj 
Rufus King* 
^C q NN£QTICUT. 
Wmjam Samuel fobnfon, 
.Ji oge r Sh e r ma n • 

f New York. 

Alexander Hamilton* 
New-Jersey. 

William L ivingfon y 
/•__ David Br ear by , 
ant WiM'** Pater fin, 
*a?m f 0nat han Dayton. 
tht Pennsylvania* 
wn Benjamin Franklin^ 
\ Thomas Mifflin, 
ma Robert Morris, 
the George L'lymer, 
'law Tbemas Ritz/imons 9 . 

I" fared Ingerfoll^ 
^ James Wilfon, 
I" [iriff GGirverncur Morris* 
\^ 



ac 



Att&i 



Delawa&s. 
George Read, 
Gunning Bedford, jun, 
John Dickinfoiu, 
Richard Bajfett, 
faceb Broom. 

Maryland. 
fames M' Henry 9 
Daniel of St . Thomas Jenifer. 
Daniel Carrol 

Virginia. 
John Blair j 
fames Madifon, jun. 

North -Carolina. 
William Blount, 
Richard Dtbbs Spaight, 
Hugh W' 1 1: am [on. 

South Carolina. 
fohn Rut ledge, 
Charles C. Pinckney y 
Charles Pintkn,y f 
Pierce Butler, 

Georgia. 
William JPeiv^ 
Abraham Baldwin. 
William Jackson^ Secretary, 



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[Officers under the prefint Government of the UNITED 
STATES. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON, prefulent. 

(John Adams, vice-prefident, and president of the Senate 

Senators* 
John Langdon, 7 

Paine Wingate, \ 

Triftram Dal ton, 7 

Caleb Strong, $ 

William Samuel Johnlbn, 7 
Oliver Elfworth, J 

Philip Schuyler, ) 

Rufus King, £ 



New- Hampjbire* 

Majacbufettu 

Connecticut* 



Netu-Tork. 



William Patterion, 

Jonathan Elmer, 

Robert Morrifs, 

William Maclay, 

George Read, 

Richard BafTett, 

Charles Carroll, 

John Henry, 

Richard Henry Lee, 

William Grayfon, 

Ralph Izard, 

Richard Butler, 

William Few, 

James Gunn, 
Samuel A. Otis, fecretary. 
Benjamin Bankfon, 7 . . 
Robert HyOiam, j cUrks - 
Rt. Rev. Samuel Prevoft, chaplain. 
James Mathers, door-keeper. 
Cornelius Maxwell, melTenger. 
Thomas Greenleaf, printer. 



Neiv-yerfey* 

Pennfylvania, 

Delaware* 

Maryland. 

Virginia* 

South- Carolina* 



f Georgia* 



(falary) 1500 dollars, 



. 



Reprefeniatives* 
Nicholas Gilman, 
Samuel Livennore, 
A bid Foftor, 



Neiu-I-Tampjhire* 



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Fiflier Amcs 1 
Elbridge Gerry, 
Be nj am in Goodhue, 
George Leonard, 
George Partridge, 
George Thacher, 
Theodore Sedgwick, 
Jonathan Grant, 
Jonathan Sturges, 
Roger Sherman, 
Benjamin Huntington, 
Jonathan Trumbull, 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, 

Egbert Benfori, 
William Floyd, 
John Hathorn, 
John Lawrence, 
Jeremiah Van Ranfalear, 
Peter Sylvefter, 
Elias Boudinot, 
Lambert Cadwallader, 
James Schurernan, 
Thomas Sinickfon, 

George Clymer, 
Thomas Fitzfimons, 
Thomas Hartley, 
Daniel Heifter, 
Frederick A. Muhlenberg, 
(ffxakcr. 
Peter Muhlenberg, 
Thomas Scott, 
Henry Wynkoop, 
John Vining, 
Daniel Carroll, 
Benjamin Contee, 
George Gale, 
Jofliua Seney, 
William Smith, 
Michael Jenifer Stone, 



► Majfatkufettt* 



ConneSihuU 



Ncw*York. 



Nrw-Jerfef. 



y Pennfylvania* 



Delaware* 



Mainland* 



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(faiarv) J500 doh 



Theodoriek Bland, 

John Brown* 

ifaac Coles, 

Samuel Griffin, 

Richard Bland Lee, 

James Madifon, jun.- J> Fir 

Andrew Moore, 

John Page, 

JoHah Parker, 

Alexander White, 

Edanus Burke, *J 

Daniel Knger, f c ., r ,. 

William bmith, ( 

Thomas Tuder Tucker, J 

Abraham Baldwin, "} 

James Jackfon, > Georgia, 

George Mathews, . J 

Johrr Beckly, clerk of the houfe, 

William Lambert, 7 , , 
r , c «... f clerks. 

George Sutton, J 

Rev. Dr. Lynn, chaplain. 
Jofeph Wheaton > fergeant at armsr 
Gitford Dally, door keeper. 
Thomas Claxton, afliftant. 
Ghilds & Swaine, printers. 

Thomas Jtfferfon, efq. fecretary of flate^ o5 00 " 

Henry Knox, fecretary at war, 3200 

William Knox, chief clerk, 600 

Alexander Hamilton, fecretary of the trcafury, 3500 
William Duer, afiiftant, 3500 

Nicholas Evelergh, comptroller, 2000 

Oliver Woicott, jun. auditor, ±500 

Samuel Meredith, treafurer, 20CQ 

Jofeph Nourfe, regilter, 12.50 

Commr£ianers for ) fettling the accounts of the United State: 
individual ttites* 
John Taylor Gilmaw, efq. 
William Irvine, efq. 
John Ke an, efq. each, - - ll^o 



and 



i\ 



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Commiffioners to treat "with the farther n Indians* 
Cyrus Griffin, efq. 
Benjamin Lincoln, efq. 
David Humphreys, efq. 

'Judicial Department, 
John Jay, efq. chief juftice, - 4000 dol. 

John Rutledge, South- Carolina, ~* 
William Cufhing, Maffachufetts, I Aa . 
Robert H. Harrifon, Mar y lan ^>> ^ ^ 35°0 
James Wilfon, Pennsylvania^ 1 J o • 
John Blair, Virginia , J 

Edmund Randolph, attorney general. 1500 

Biflria Judges. 
NeivHampJhire diilricl. 
John Sullivan, judge. - 1000 

Samuel Sherburne, jun. attorney. 
John Parker, marfhal. 

Mafachufetts diftricl. 
John Lowell, jjdge. - laco 

Chriftoper Gore, attorney. 
Jonathan Jackfon, mar/hal. 

Maine diftri&. 
♦ David Sewell, judge. - IOOO 

William Lithgow, jun. attorney. 
Henry Dtarbourne, marfhal. 

Conneclicut diftiitt. 
Richard Law, judge. - ZGOO 

Pierpont Edwards, attorney. 
Philip B. Bradley, marfhal. 

Keiu-Tork diftria. 
James Duane, judge. - - 1500 

Richard Harrifon, attorney. 
William S. Smith, marfhal. 

Neiv-Jerfey diflritl. 
David Brearly, judge. - - IOCO 

Richard Stockton, attorney. 
Thomas Lowry, marfhal. 

Pennfylvania diflrit*l. 
Francis Hopkinfon, judge. l6co 



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William Lewis, attorney. 
Clement Biddle, marfhal. 

Delaware diftrift. 
Gunning Bedford, judge. - Soo dol 

George Read, jun. attorney. 
Allan McLean, marfhal. 

Maryland diftrlft. 
Thomas Johnfon, judge. - 15°° 

Richards Potts, attorney. 
Nathaniel Ramfay, marfhal. 

Virginia diftrilh 
Samuel Pendleton, judge. 1800 

John Marfhall, attorney. 
Edward Carrington, marfhal. 

Kentucky dirt rift. 
Henry Innes, judge. - ICOo 

George Nicholas, attorney. 
Samuel McDowell, jun. marfhal. 

South- Carolina diftritt. 
Thomas Pinckney, judge. - 3800 

John Julius Pringle, attorney. 
IfaacHuger, marfhal. 

Georgia diftritt. 
Nathaniel Pendleton, judge. - 1500 

Matthew McAllifter, attorney. 
Robert Forfyth, marfhal. 



Officers of the Cufloms* 

New- Hampfhlre. 

Port/mouth. Jofeph Whipple, collector ; Eleazer Ruflel, 
naval-officer ; Thomas Martin, furveyor. 
Majfaehufrtis. 

Newbury -Port, Stephen Crofs, collector ; Jonathan Tit- 
comh, naval-officer ; Michael Hodge, furveyor. 

Gloucejlcr % Epes Sargent, .collector ; Samuel Whitmore, 
furveyor. 

Salem and Beverly. Jofeph Hiller, collector ; William 
Peckman, naval officer ; Bartholomew Putnam, furveyor. 
I Beverly. Jofiah Batchelor, fntVeyor. 
I Ibftv'ich, Jeremiah Staneford, furveyor. 






MarBlebead* Richard Harris, collector. 

Bofton and Char'cflown. Benjamin Lincoln, collector ; 
James Lovcll, naval-o£Hcer ; Thomas Melville, furveyor. 

Plymouth* William Watfon, collector, 

Bampahle. Jofeph Otis, collector. 

N 'titiuht and Sherburne. Stephen Hufley, collector. 

Mdvartoivn, John Peas, collector. 

Bedford. Edward Pope, collector. 

Right on. Hodijah Bailies, collector* 

York. Richard Tiivott, collector. 

Biddeford and Pepperelburough* Jeremiah Hill, collector. 

Portlmd. N. F. Fofdick, collector ; James Lunt, furv. 

BM* William Webb, colleaor. 

Wifcajfett. Francis Cook, collector. 

PetioSfcott. John Lee, collector. 

Frenchman* s-Bay. Melatiah Jordan, collector. 

Madias. Stephen Stnith* collector. 

Pajfamaquady* Lewis F. Des Ladernier, collector. 
Cotweclicut. 

NewLondon. Jedidiah Huntington, collector; Natr/i 
Richards, furveyor. 

Ston'mgton. Jonathan Palmer, juru furveyor. 

Middletoivn. Aiher Miller, furveyor. 

New-Haven. Jonathan Fitch, collector ; Hezekiah 
R-ogers, furveyor. 

Fairfield. Samuel Smedlcy, collector. 
Neiv-TorIL 

New-Tot k> John Lamb, collector ; Benjamin Walker, 
uaval-omcer • jo!)n Lafher, furveyor. 
Sagg- Harbour. John Geliton, collector. 
City of Hudfn\ John Ten Broeck, furveyor. 
City of Albany. Jeremiah Lanfing, furveyor. 

NeT.u-Jerfey. 
Perth- Amboy. John Halftead, collector. 
BrUgdoivn. Eii Hlmex, collector. 

Burlington and Little Mgg Harbour. John Rofs, collector ; 
Ebenezer Tucker, furveyor. 

Pennfylvania. 
Philadelphia. Sharpe Delaney , collector ; Frederick Phile, 
naval-officer ; William M'Pherfon, furveyor. 



( » ) 

Delaware. 
Wilmington* George Bnm, collector. 

Baltimore. Otho H. Williams, collector; Robert Purvi< 
ance, naval-officer ; Robert Ballard, furveyor. 
Ghejltr. John Scott, collector. 
Oxford* Jeremiah Banning, collector. 
Vienna. John Mucr, collector. 

Snow. Hill* John Gunby, collector. 

Annapslit* John Davidfon, collector. 

Nottingham. George Bifcoc, collector. 

Town-Creek. Robert Young, furveyor. 

Nanjcmoy. John Coates Jones, collector. 

5/. Mary's* Robert Chefby, furveyor. 

George Town, James M'Cubbir. Lingham, collector. 
Virginia* 

Hampton. Jacob Wray, collector. 

Norfolk and Portfmouth. William Lindfay, collector , Phi- 
lemon Gatewood, naval-offic«r; Daniel Bedingcr, iurveyor. 

Suffolk* Archibald Richardfoh, furveyor. 

Smithfield. James Wells, furveyor. 

Bermuda Hundred or City Point* William Heth , collector ; 
Chriftopher Roun, furveyor. 

Peterjhurgh. John Gibbons, furveyor. 

York-Town. Abraham Archer, collector. 

Wef-Point. John Spotfwood Moore, furveyor. 4jr 

Rappahannock. Hndibn Mufe, x collector. 

Urbanna. Stage Davis, furveyor. 

Port-Royal. George Catlett, furveyor. 

Frederkkjburg. William Lewis, furveyor. 

Teocomuo River*, including Kinfale, Vincent Redman, 
collector. 

Dumfries, including Newport. Richard Marshall Scott, 
collector. 

Alexandria. Charles Lee, collect. Samuel Harrtfbn, furv. 

Cherry/lone* George Savage, collector. 

South- <5h/ay. Th-omas Baine, collector. 

Louifville. Peyton Short, collector. 
South- Carolina. 

Charleflon, George Abbot Hall, collector ; Ifaac Motte^ 
naval-officer ; Edward Weyman, furveyor. 



1 * > 

Georgetown. John Cogde)!, collector. 
Georgia* . 
I Savannah. John Haberfham, collector ; John Berrian, 
furveyor. 

Sunbury. Cornelius Collins, collector. 
. -r-saacs s — 1 

D U T I E S 

.Payable on goods imported in the United States of Ame- 
rica, by Acl of Congrefs, of 4th of July, I789. AlJo % 
Rates of Fees, Coins, and of Tonnage, by the Act /or the 
Colkclion of th$ f aid Duties ) and by the ACt for laying a Ton- 
nage on Veffels*' _____ 



Ale, beer, or porter in cafks, 
ale, beer, porter or cyder in bottles* 
anchors, - 

I Beer, porter, or ale in cafks, 
beer, porter, ale or eyder, in bottles, 
blank books, ... 

; boots, - - 

ibrulhes, - 

buckles, fhoe and knee, 
[buttons, all - - ■ . 

Cabinet wares, 
candies of tallow, 
— of *Sk or ipermaceti, 
cables, - - - 

canes, walking flicks and whips, 
callings of iron, 

carriages, coach, chariot, or other of four*} 
— wheels, chaife, folo, or other k of two> 1 5 per cent* 
|— wheels, and parts thereof, j 

eards, wool and cotton, 
— pitying, - - 

cheefe, - 

china ware, ... 

cloathing, ready-made, 
coal, - 

cocoa, 
coffee, • 
cordage, tarred, 





Cents 


per gallon 


5 


per dozen 


ao 


l\per cent* 




per gallon 


5 


ptf dozen 


ao 


l\ per cent. 




per pair 


50 


*)\per cent. 




lo per cent. 




7"! per eent. 




7 a P er cen * % 




per pound 


a 


per pound 


6 


per cwt. 


75 


y~ per cent. 




*}\per cent. 




15 per cent* 




per dozen 


50 


per pack 


10 


per peund 


4 


1 per cent 




*}\per cexf; 




per bufhel 


a 


per pound 


1 


per pound 


** 


per ciut. 


is 



s/ ; 



— untarred, and yarn, 
cycifcr, Leer, ale, or porter in bottles, 
cotton, after ift December, 1790, 
Earthen ware, 
Fish, pickled, 
— dried, 

Gloves of leather 
gold lace, - 

gold leaf, - 
gold ware?,. - 

gun-powder, 
.golcfhoes, of leather, 

filafs, looking, window and other glafs ) __ 
; \ v 4.ii r I0 percent 

\ — except quart bottles, - > 

HattSj of beaver, fur, wool, or? mJ . 

^ 1 2 per cent. 



per czvt, 
per dozen 
per p9und 
IO per cent 
per barrel 
per quint'.'/ 
7 -J per cent 
IO per cent- 
IO per ctnt. 
l\ per cent. 
IO p.r sent, 
per pair 



per sivt* 
7 J per cent, 
per pound 
1^ per cent. 
IO per cent. 
10 per cent. 

*]\ per cent. 

IO per cent, 
per gallon 
per bujbd 



[—mixture of either, 
hemp, after ift December, 1790, 
Jewellery, and pafte-work, 
indigo, 

iron cartings, Hit, and rolled, '*• 
I, ace, gold and filver, 
Itleafy gold and filver, 
' leather, tanned or tawed, and mannfao-7 
!; — tures of leather not otherwife rated, 3 
hlooking-ghfTes, 
I Madeira win-e r , 

Jmalt, - - per Uiijbtt 

tmanufa&uresof leather not otherwife rated, *j\per cent 
[millenary, rca^y-made, l\ per cent 

MBoiafleSp, - - per gallon 

j Nails or fpikes, '- »• per pound 

I Pack-thread, or twine ? pit etui. 

fpafte-work, and jewellery, 7 -J per cent 

iPaper r . wilting* printing, or wrapping, 7 
!■ — piper hangings, and pafte-board ? 5 / 
jipewter wares, wrought 
porter, beer, or ale in caliks, 
playing cards, 
[Saints ground in oil, 
^plated ware. 



)\per cent 

l\per cent. 
per galhn 
per pack 
I) per cent 
?! fief cent 



K- 



(jLI 

powder, gun - io per cent. 

Saddles, - ')\ per cent. 

fait, -t ^ ^>er £*/&<?/ 

fhoes, flippers or golofhoes of leather, per pair 

(hoes or flippers of filk, ■» per pair 

£hoe and knee-buckles, - no per 'cent. 

filver lace, -. - IO per cent. 

filver leaf, ? IO per cent. 

filver ware, -■ l\p er cent ^ 

foap, •». o. per pound 

fhuftj - per pound 

fpirits of Jamaica drilled, of 34 degvees y per galldn 



—other dii'Hlledj 
fpikes. and nails, 
flicks, walking 
(tone ware, 
folo carnages, 
fleel unwroughtj 
fugars, brown 
—loaf, 
—all others, 



per gallon 
per pound 
l\psr cent. 

IO per cent. 

15 per cent, 
p-er civt. 
per pound 
per pound 
per pound 



Teas, from China or India in fhips built, 
and owned by citizens of the United States, 
or built in foreign coun tries, & on May l6th ? , 
1789, and fmce, the property of citizens^ 
— bohea tea, -.. per pound 

— fouchon, or. other black per pound 

—-all hyfon, per pound 

•—•all other green 9 • per pound 

Erom Europe, in fhips as.above, 

— bohea, - per pc&nd 

fouchon and other blacky per pound 

— hyfon, - per pound 

all. other, green, - p*r pound 
Ail teas in any other manner, 

•~bohea, -_ per pound 

--fouchon 3 or ether black, -. per pound 

■'- — hyfon? -,. =•.. ptr pound 

■all other green$ - per pound 



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r 

] ALL OTHER GOODS, CXCCpt tG^S, 

I from China or India, in (hips not 

built or owned by citizens of" tlie 

United States as before mentioned, 

ad valorem r 
tin, wrought, 
tobacco, manufactured^, 
twine, or pack-thread,. 

Walking-Sticks, canes and whips, 
ware, earthen, China and Stone>, 
ware, gold, fikei and plated, 
wine, Madeira, 
— all others, 
wrought tin and pewter, 
woo! and cotton cards, 

Yarns, 
On all other goods, at the time 4 } 

and place of importation, on the va- > 

lue thereof, j 

Except the following articles^ exempted from duty, 1>lz* 

Salt-petre, tin in pigs, tin in plates,, lead, old pew- 
ter, brafs, iron and brafs wire, copper in plates, wool, 
cotton, dying woods, and dying drugs, raw hides, bea- 
ver, and all other furs,, and deer-fkins* 

Goods ad valorem* to be valued by adding twenty 
percent* to the actual coft, if from Cape of Good- 
Hope or beyond, and ten per cent* from any other 
place, excluiive of charges. 



11^ per cent. 



jl. p e r cen t. 
per pound 
per czot. 

lifer cent 

IO per cent. 

7| per cent. 
per gallon. 

per gallon 

l\ l )er ceni 
per dozen 
Per civt, 

5 per cent* 



Cents ' 



6 

20O 



T O N N A G E. 

By a& of July 20, 1 7 89, to be paid in Tin Days after 

entry, and before clearance.. 
On veiTcls built in, and owned by citizens of United 

States, or not built in,- but owned by citizens on 

the 29th May, I789, and iince,. 
On vefTeisihereafter built in United States:, but own 

ed in part, or wholly by foreigners, 
All otfier vciTels, 
Every ve fill employed in tranfporting any of the 

produce or manufactures confl-ivays* except fur!) 



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vcflcis be built in, and. belong to citizens, on eael 
entry, - 

JVkssels bmlt in, and belong to citizens of United 
States in coafting trade, or n'fhery, pay only once 



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DUTIES PA YABLE IN 
[[Gold Coins of France,. England, Spain and Por- 
tugal, or of equal fineneisj. p er dxut 
[ jMexican. dollar, 

Crown, of France,. 

Crown, of England, 

.Silver coins, of equal finenefs^ per oz. 

Rate of Coins for eft mating Duties* 

Pound Sterling,. 
| Livre Xournois, 
|; Dutch Florin, or Guilder 9 

Mark Banco, of Hamburg, 

Rix Dollatj of Denmark^ 

Rix Dollar, of Sweden, 

Ruble, of Runlet, 

Real Plate, of Spain, 
IjMili Ree, of Portugal, 
I Pound. Sterling, of Ireland, > 
p;Tale, of China, - » 

||Pagoda, of India, - 

iRupee, of Bengal, 

|| ; FEES to Collector and Naval-Officer. 
IjEntry olveilei ioo tons or upwards, 
I Clearance, do. do. do. 

I En-try Ye.iTel under too tons, 

I Clearance, do> do, 

II Permit to land goods, - ^. 
| ( Every bond taken officially,. 

| Permit to load goods, for. exportation, for) 
h draw-backi ) 

Every official certhieate, or bill- of health, 
|f Every other official document (regifter excepted) 
|f FEES to Surveyor. 

,On each veiTel ioo tonfc-aiul upwards; with) 
f goods fubjedt to daty, - ) 

On each veiTel under ioo tons, with do. 
'All vefleis not having goods fubjec> to duty. 



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I No ■vepfdnot wholly belonging to a citizen, or citizens of the Uni- % 

ted States , fin 1 1 be admitted to unload at any port or placet j 

except tbefolUwi/igy to wit* - || 

New-Hampshiri— Portfmoufh. —Massachusetts | 

Portland, Falmouth, Dighton, Salem, Gloucejler, Neivbury g 

J^orfjMarblehead, Sherbourn, Bofon, Wifcaffet, Machias, 1 

Penobfcot.— -CONNECTICUT— Mew- London, Ntiv- Haven. j 

New- York — JV>w-r r£ New-Jersey— P<?r//j- 

Amboy, Burlington .— — P E NNSVLVANI A—Philadelphia—- 
VzhAWARz—rVilmington, New-Caftle, Port-Penn* ■ 
Maryland — Baltimore, Annapolis, Vienna, Oxford, George 
Tozvny Patoivmack, Chefter town, Town-creek, Nanjemoy,! 

Digges's Landing, Snow-Hill, Carrollfburgh. Virginia 

— Alexandria, Kinfale, Newport, Tappahannock, Port- 
Royal, Frederickfburg, Urbanna, York-Town, Weft-point, 
Hampton, Bermuda-hundred, City-point, Rocket's Land- 
ing, Norfolk, Portfmoutb South-Carolina — Charief- 

ton, Georgetown, Beaufort*** GEORGIA — Savanna, Sutiba- 
ry, Brunfwick, Saint Mary. 

Nor fiall any vejfel from the Cape of Good-Hope, or beyond 
the fame, be admitted to enter, except at the ports in the above 
lift, -which are diftinguijhed by Italic. 



MODE oftranfacling buftneft at the CUSTOM-HOUSES of 
fl&* UNITED STATES, and Extratls from the Revenue- 
Acts, for the direction of Merchants, Maflers of VeJJels, 
and others concerned. 

THE Matter of any vefTel from a foreign pprt, itiall de- 
liver, on demand, to any officer or perfon lawfully autho- 
rised, who mail firft come on board his (hip or veiTel, two: 
manifetts, figned by the matter or perfon in command, fpe-1 
cifying in words, and not in figures, a true account of the- 
LADING which fuch vefTel had on board at the port from! 
whence fhe laft failed, and at the time of her failing, or atf, 
any time fiace, the packages, marks and numbers, and toj 
what port in the United States bound, and the names of the 
perfons to whom the goods are configned, or if to order, 
f the names of the fhippe'rs : one of which manifefts to be fign- 
!ed by the officer and returned to the matter, to deliver at 
=theCnftom-Houfe to the Collector, within forty-eight hours 



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within 
the CoIh jift^ryl 
and burthen of if 



after his arrival in port. The matter (hall, . 
eight hours after arrival in port, report to th 
the place from wheace he latt iailed, name anc a 
his veflel, deliver two manifests of his cargo, unlefs one*- 
hath been delivered as above, or the one certified by the of- 
ficer as above, with the documents oiftial in the port from 
whence he came. 

Form of * Manifest "by tie Master of a Vessel 
" MANIFEST of the Cargo of the whereof 
is rn after hft from the port of 



To whom frmfigncd. | Marks. | Numb.) Packages [Contents 



"I do that this is to the beft of my know- 

ledge end belief, a juft arid true manifeft of all the goods 
wares and merchandize, on board the at the port 

of from which fhe laft failed, at the time of 

her failing, or at any time fince, of which veflti I am at 
prefent matter. ^ 

PENALTY for each neglect or refufal to make entry as 
above, Five Hundred Dollars. 

NO GOODS to be unloaded but in open day, or with 
out a Permit, under penalty of 400 Dollars, difability from 
holding office for the term of feven years, and beiug adver 
fifed in gazette, and forfeiture of goods, and if above value 
of 4C0 dollars, of vefTel and cargo. 

GOODS to be unladen in fifteen days, or delivered to 
the Collector, except fait or coal, which may remain longer, 
on owner paying infpeclors. 

GOODS not agreeing with Manifeft, or Manifeft with 
delivery, the matter forfeits two hundred dollars. 

NO GOODS of foreign growth or manufacture, to be 

brought into the United States, unlefs by fea, and not in 

vcifels under thirty tons, (unlefs now on their voyage) 01 

forfeiture of goods and veflel (except to Loiaifville or Ohio.) 

VESSELS in diftrefs to report in forty- eight hours from 

** arrival, to proteft before a Notary-Public or Juitice, in 

(twenty- four hours, and if it appears necefTary to the Col 
ile&or, he may permit her to unload, on payment of duties 
Ion goods necefTary to pay expeuces : heceifity to be made 
appear to warden?, or others for the purpofe authorise d 



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PERSONS having good I in any ihipor vcllcl, to make 

ntry with the Collector, of the number of packages, 

iwks, numbers, and contents, or in bulk, of quantity ami 

quality, with an account of the nctt prime colt, and mufti 

produce the original invoice, (in the currency of the pi; cc 

from whence imported) and bill of lading. [< 

PERSONS rinding ten miles or upwards from- port ofi 

entry, may make o?th or affirmation to fuch entry before 

.1 julrice of the rxrace. 

Form of an Entrv Inwards />y the Importer or Confignr c, 

"Philadelphia, fhe of *I7«9- jf 

TN the mafler, from 



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Marks & NnmK | Packagt* with Contents |Va)uc. 



THE IMPORTER or Confignes to qualify that th'.;| 
Entry contain* the whole of ths £2(?d5 imported by him if 
in faid vifTel which have come to Jijs knowledge, ana thai ~ 
the invoice produced is to the bed of his knowledge and 
belief, the nett prime coft of faid goods, and that if he 
ball thereafter difcover any other, or greater quantity, Ik 
would make <fne report thereof. 

THE VALUE of good* not to be extended in the en- 
try, hut left for the Collector to eft i mate. 

DUTIES- to be paid before permit, unlefs they exceed 
fifty dollars, in which cafe r they may be fecwred by bond, 
with one or more fecurities, payable for Weft-India goods J 
in four months, Madeira wines in twelve months, other' 
joods in fix months, or the importer may depofit double-' 
the value of the duties io goods to fecure payment of du 
ies, which on failure of payment, are to be fold* 

A DISCOUNT of ten per cent, of the duties to be al- 
lowed on goods imported in vefiels built in, and owned by 
citizens of the United States, or in foreign veflels owned 
by citizens of the United States, on the 16th May,i?8or 
and fince. 

ALSO a difrownt often per cent, per annum for prompt 
|ffpayment of all duties above fifty dollars, for (o> much as-, 
fjexceeds that fu-m. y 

! GOODS ad valnrem to be valued by adding twenty per 



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ent. to the actual cofr, if from the Cape of Good Hope, 
or beyond, and ten per cent, if from any other place, 
jexcluuve of charges. 

GOODS damaged, or without invoice, to be valued on 
'nth or affirmation, by two perfons, one choleh by the 
[Collector, and the other by the party, or if the Collector 
doubts the valuation of fuch goods, they muft be valued 
as before mentioned, or opened on fufptcion of fraud, and 
if without invoice, ftored till the invoice be received at 
option of the owner. 

NO PERSON whofe bond for duties is due and unpaid, 
to be allowed credit for duties. 

BONDS forduties when dae, to be profecuted by the 
collector, and in cafe of death or infolvency, to have pre 
: fere nee. 

J GOODS removed before weighed or guaged, without 
; jeonfent of the collector or oilier proper officer, are for* 

i| PERSONS knowingly buying goods liable to feizure, 
^ forfeit double value : goods found on fearch, which have 
jfeot p:id duties, forfeited. 

|| OFFICERS may ieize within or without their diftrict. 
|j PERSONS giving or offering bribe, forfeit from two 
|9kundred to two thoufand dollars. 

!| CAPTAIN or owner making falfe oath of entry, fufFer 
[fine not exceeding one thoufand dollars, and not more than 
^twelve months imprifonment. 
j IN CASE of information and feizures, one half goes to 
Jfehe informer. 

h COLLECTOR, naval-officer and furveyor, or perfon 
^ipecially appointed by either of them for the purpole, 
j 5 may inter any veflel in which they fhall have reafon to 
Ijfufpect goods iubjatt to duty to be concealed, and if they 
Ijhave caufe to fufpecta concealment in any dwelling-houfe. 
•jiftore, -building, or other place, on application on oath or 
!|arnrmation,to anyjuftice of peace,have warrant to enter. 
j'in the day time only, and feize fuch goods. 

Form of an Entry Outwards/or Drawback. 

" Philadelphia, of 1789. 

jjf IN the mafter, from 

imported in the 



Marks dfcNumh. | PacHoges 8c their Contents. | Value 



I do fwcar («r affirm) that the goods, 

wares and merchandize, contained in the above entry, arc 
in quantity, quality and value, as therein txprefled, ac 
cording to the inward entry thereof, which entry was du< 
!y made at the time of importation, purfuant to the act of 
Congrefs of the United States, entitled, f* An act to re- 
gulate the collection of duties, impofed by law on the ton- 
nage of mips or veficls, and on goods, wares and merchan- 
dize, imported into the United States/' — and that the 
quality is the fame as at the time of importation — 

Before me, Collector." 

DRAWBACK allowed at place of entry only, on a 
goods exported to any country without the United States 
in the original package, and within twelve months after 
payment made, or fecurity given, for duties, except ©n 
diftilled fpirits other than brandy or geneva, and retain- 
ing one per cent, of duties paid, and excepting where du- 
ties do not amount to twenty dollars at the lea ft* 

BONOS with one or more fufficient feenrities to be gi- 
ven, that fuch goods (hail not be re-landed in the U. States 

GOODS not entitled to drawback until after fix months, 
and until exporter (hall produce certificate in writing of 
two refpectable merchants at the foreign port or place 
where landed, together with the oath or affirmation of 
the mafler and mate of the vefTel, certifying the delivery 
thereof. 

IN CASE of vefTel caft away, or other accident, to 
produce proteft in due form, or in cafe fuch proteft can- 
not be had, the oath or affirmation of exporter, or other 
proof to the fatisfaclion of the collector. 

GOODS exported for drawback, and re-landed, fubject 
to feizure, together with the vcfTcl, boats, &c. and per- 
rons concerned fuifer llx months imprifonment. 

Military ejiahl'fimtntfor the defence of tbe Wefern Country and 

frontier. 
Brigadier-General Harmer, Colonel Commandant of the 
Troops Rationed on the Weftern Frontier. 



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Majors of Infantry. 

Jon PalfgraYe Wyllys, and John F. Hamtramck- 

Captains of Infantry. 

Jonathan Hart, David Zeig!?r, .William M'Curdy, John 

Mercer, David Strong, John Smrh> Jofeph Aihton, Er- 

iuiries Beatty. 

Lieutenants of Infantry . 
John Armftrong, John Pratt, Ehenezer Fi oth Ingham* 
William Kerfcy, Thomas Doyle, William Peters, Jacota 
Kinfbury, Ebenezer Oenny. 

E>:ftgns of Infantry* 
FrancULufe, Cornelius RykerSydam, Nathan MT>ovv- 
ell, Abner Prior, Robert Thompfbn, Afa Hart/hern, John; 
Jetifcrs, Jacob Melcher. 

Richard Allifon, furgeon. 
John Elliot, John Scott, John Carmichael and jofhua 
Sumner, mates. 

John Doughty, Major of Artillery. 
Captains of Artillery . 
Henry Bur heck, William Fergufon, Jofeph Savage, 
James Bradford. 

Lieutenants of Artillery, 
John Pierce, Mofes Porter, William Moore, Dirck 
•chuyler, Mahlon Ford, Matthew Erneft, Edward Spear, 
Ebenezer Smith Fowle. 

Nathaniel Heyard, furgcon's mate. 



Office of Army Accounts* 

Jofeph Howell, commiflioner and piymafter. 

Philip Audibert, Thomas O'Hara, Benjamin Mi3h"n,' 

Jofeph Puiker, David Henley, Joftma Bawfon, John, 

Wright, Lynde Citlin, Lahan Branfon, Samuel Swann,.' 

and Thomas H. Cuflung. clerks. 



Loan-Cjf.cer$. 
Neiv Hamfjhire^ Nathaniel Oilman. 

JMdJfuchufettsy. Nathaniel Appletoi*. 

Rhode Ifland, William Ellery. 

Conncfiicut, William Imlay. 

New-York^ John Cochran. 



OE. 



Netv-ferfdy, 

P ennfjl vania, 

Dcijivare t 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

No rth - Ca vol in a, 

South Carolina , 

Georgia , 



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James Ewing. 
Thomas Smith. 
James J ilton. 
Thomas Harwood* 
John Hopkins, 
William Skinner. 
John dc Neufville* 
Richard Wylly. 



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L\jl of the Poji-Majiert and Pofl- Offices, on the main Pojl 

Road, throughout the United Stutes of America, 

Pofl-Mapr Central. 

SAMUEL OSGOOD, Efq. Neiv-Yor&. 

Afffant, Jonathan Buxrell, Efq. 



At 
Portland, 
Portfmouth, 
Newbury Port, 
Ipiwicli, 
Salern, 
Bofton, 

Providence, 

Newport, 

Eaft-Grcenwich, 

South-Kingfton, 

New-London, 

Norwich, 

Springfield, 

Hartford, 

New Haven, 

Fairfield, 

New-Yorjc, 

Newark, 

Elizabeth-Town, 

New-Brunfwick, 

Princeton, 

Trenton, 



Deputy Poft-Maftgrs , 
Samuel Freeman, 
Niw-Hamp/hirC) Jeremiah Lib bey. 
*) Bulkeley Emerfon. 

f 71* rr r r** Daniel Noyes. 
( M'ffi"**/"*'- Mtfcoll miiim*. 
j Jonathan Haftings. 

On tbt Lewer Road* 
•J John Carter, 

C RbodcIJhnd. \*?f R ^ hard f r ° n » 
f <r Gideon Mumford, 

3 Thomas Potter^un, 

Connecticut* Timothy Green. 

On the Middle Rind. 

Connecticut. Wffi, Le&ngwell. 

On the Upper Road. 

Mofes Church. 
7'homas Hildrup, 
Elhs P>eers, 
Thaddeus Burr. 
Sebaftian Bauman- 
John Burnet, 
Samuel Smith, 
Robert Hude, 
John Harrilbn, 
John Singer. 



Majfachufetti* 
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Philadelphia, } r—fj 1 —*' 


Charles BefTonet, 
Patton. 


Wilmington, Delaivare 9 


Jacob Broome. 


Charleftown, *\ 


Ed. Brumfield, 


Head of Elk, 




John Barnaby, 


Harf. Town, 




Jofeph Stiles, 


Baltimore, 


* Maryland* 


M. K. Goddard, 


Annapolis, 




Frederick Green. 


Upper Marlb. 




Stephen Weft, 


Bladenfburg, 




Benjamin Lowndes, 


George Town, 




Wm. B. Magruder. 


Alexandria, 




Robert M'Crea, 


Colchefter, 




Cleon Moore, 


Dumfries, 




Richard Graham, 


Fred eric kfburg, 




William Wyatt, 


Aylett's, 


> Virginia* 


Robert Pollard, 


Newcaftle, 


John Jones, 


Richmond, 




Auguftine Davies, 


Peterfburg, 




John Grammer, 


Smithfield, 




George Purdie, 


Suffolk, 




John Driver. 


Edenton, -\ 


JLemucl Standin, 


Wafhington, / .- .. n ,. 
XT . * * > North* Carolina* 
Newbem, C 


Henry Machen, 


Wilmington, J 


John Bradley, 


George-Town, J S outb-Carolina. 
Charleftown, 3 


J. Cheeiborough, 
Thomas Hall. 


Savanna, 


Georgia* 


Jacob Lehre. 
ed States* 


Judicial 


Courts oftbe Unit 


Supreme Court 




W'-fci* .Zrn . C 1 ft Monday in February. 
At the Seat 0/ Government, J jft Mon(Jay {r Auguft# 


Circuit Courts. 




Eajiern Circuit* 




Portf mouth, M, y 20th. 




Exeter, November ao. 




Bojlon, May 3, and November 3. 


Neiv-fla<ven, April 1%. 





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HartfhrJ, Oftobcr 22. 

N«iv-Yorki April 4. 
Albany, October 4. 

Middle Circuit. 
Trenton, Aprils, and October 2. 
Philadelphia, April II. 
York Toivrij October II. 
Netv-Cajlle, April 27. 
Dover, October 27. 
Annapolis, May 7. 
Eujlon, November 7. 
CharLottes-vilU, May 22. 
WilUamfourgh, November 22. 

Southern Circuit. 
Columbia, M3y 12. 
Charhfion, Otto be r 1 . 
Savannah, May 28. 
Axtgujia, October 17. 
N. B. i/" *&<? affixed days happen to be S undo J, the court 
fits the day following. 

Biftrict Courts. 
D'Jlricls in Eajlern Circuit* 
Maine. 

[Portland, I ft Tuefday December, ift Tuefday June. 
xPownalbaro* ift Tuefday March, ill Tuefday September. 

Ne <zv~ Hampshire . 
\ Exeter, 3d Tuefday December, 3d Tuefday June. 
\Porifmouthi 3d Tuefday March, 3d Tuefday September. 

MaJfachJfetts. 
\BoJton, I ft Tuefday December, I ft Tuefday June. 
\Salem, lit Tuefday March, Hi Tuefday September. 

Conne client. 
\ Hartford^ 3d Tuefday November, 3d Tuefday May. 
NctuHavenj 3d Tuefday February, 3d Tuefday Auguft. 

New-V re. 

iNetv-Yot k, lit Tucfdays Novemb. Feb. May and Auguft, 

D'Jlricli in Middle Circuit. 

NfcU'jferfty. 

Neiv Brunfwick, I ft Tuefday Nuvemb. 1 ft Tuefday May. 
Burlington) i ft Tuefday February, 1 ft Tuefday Augufr. 

Mfcrf a oi ■ m 1 w*w ,n.JL~,^Z7. m ■ ■ *-"7','" "^a nn<wBs rKir i rTit*i nBi^i ifta B iw i A- 

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P ennfyivania • 

PlnUihbhiay ad Tuesday November, 2d Tuefday May. 
York Town, 2d Tuefday February, 2d Tuesday Auguft. 

Delaivnre. 
Ntiucafky 4th Tr.efday November, 4th Tuefday. May. 
Dvvjr, 4th Tuefday February, 4th Tuefday Auguft. ' 

Maryland. 
BJtimortt 1 ft Tuefday Decemher, ift Tuefday June. 
mflon, i(l Tuefday March, ift Tuefday September. 

Virginia-* 
\R1chn0nd, 3d Tuefday December, 3d Tuefday June. 
\W till aw [burgh >i& Tuefday March,, 3d Tuefday Septem. 

\Hjri*o<l(h,urgb t 3d Tuefday December, March, June, Sept. 
D'iftri&i in Southern Circuit. 
South ■ Carolina.. 
3d Monday March, 3d Monday September » 
id Monday July,. ad Monday December. 
Georgia.. 

Savannah^ 2d Tuefiay December, ad Tuefday June» 
A.gtfla, ad Taefday March,, ad Tuefday September. 



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XJft of Perfons employed Abroad.. 

Will tam Short,. Charge des Affaires at the Court of France 
William Car-miehaei, Charge des Affair ts at the. Court cfr 

Charles. W. F. Dumas, Agent at the Hague. 
Thomas Randall, Vice Confulat Canton 

APPOINTMENTS of his Mofi Cbrijlian Majefy in the 

United States* 

Monueur Otto. Charge des Jjfaiers. 

Sienr- de !a Foreft, Vice Conful General. 

Monfieur Mar.telj Chancellor of the Corfulat?. 

Sienr de l'Etombe, Corfu/ for the States of New Hamp- 
Jhire, ?4<ificlyj\tts and Rhode- JJ ind '. 

Sienr de St. }*an de Crevecaeur, Govfvl for the States of 
CovneSiicut l Ntiv-Tork. and Neiv-Jsrfy. 

Monfieur Dvjf^an, dgent for the French Marine^ and the 
\Cc fair >,fGcT,H<-a':u\ N'ic-Y'.rk q*d Ne-xv-Jerfy. 



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Chevalier D'Anncmours, Conful for the States of Mat] 
land and Virginia- 

Sieur Ignace Romaine, Chevalier D'Aviftay de Cha 
teanfort, Conful fur the States of North-Ca r olina y South-Caro 
Una and Georgia. 

Sieur Tofcan, Vice Conful for Port/mouth, in Nevu-Hamp- 
jhire. 

Sieur Marbois, Vice Conful for Philadelphia, and along the 
Delaware • 

Sieur Oder, Vice Conful for Richmond, in Virginia. 

Sieur Petry, Vice Conful for Wilmington, in North-Carlina, 

Sieur Fore rt", Vice Conful for Savannah, in Georgia. 

APPOINTMENTS of his Britannic Majef.y in the United 
States. 
Sir John Temple, Conful- General. 

Phineas Bond, Efq. Couful for the States of Neiv-Tork } \ 
' Netv jferfcy 1 Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. 
1 George Miller,' Efq. Conful fir the State* of North- Car o 
Una, South Carolina and Georgia. 

APPOINTMENT of his Catholic Majejly in the United, 
States. 

Don Jofeph de Viar, Charge des Affaires. 

APPOINTMENTS of his Szvelifh Majefy in the Unite}, 
States. 

Richard u s Sodctilrom, Efq. Conful for Sofon, and tht- 
Rafterh States 

Carolus Hellftedt, E(q. Conful for Philadelphia, and the 
Southern States. 

APPOINTMENTS/row their High Mightiness the State* 
General of the United Netherlands, in the United States. 

Francis Van Berckel, Efq. Rftdent. 

Diederiek Leertowwer, Efq. Corfu I for Netv- Hampfhire 
and M'ffaebufetts. 

Harmaan le Roy, Efq. Conful for Neto Tork and New.- 

J'rfy- , 

Jan Hendrick ChriltiaanIIeineker,Efq.Co^//or Pcnn-* 
fylvania and Delaivare. 



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Ac . ian Valck.. Elq. C Jul fur Maryland and Virginia. 
Jan Boonen Graven £14 Cor Jul for North-Carolina A 
Soutb-Qaroli-i and Georgia* 

GOVERNORS of the different States in the Union. 

Georgia, His Excellt: cy George Waltdli. 
South- Care iltu? t His Exceileiuy Charles Pinckney. 
Virginia 9 His Excellency Beverly Randolph. 
\ Maryland, His Excellency John E. Howard. 
Delaware, His Excellency Joflma Clayton. 
Penrifyfoania) His Excellency Thomas Mifflin. 
Neiv-yetpyy His Excellency William Livingfton. 
Neiv-2otk, His Excellency Gcoige Clinton. 
Conrie&icut, His Excellency Samuei^untington. 
Majfachfjettsy His Excellency John Hancock. 
Neiv-Ham^Jbire, His Excellency John Sullivan. 

GOVERNORS of the States not in the Union. 
North-Carolina, His Excellency Samuel Johnfon. 
Rhode- If and, His Excellency John Collins. 
Kermanty His Excellency Moles Robinfon. 



DIRECTORS of the BANK of NEW- YORK. 

Isaac Roosevelt, President, 

Nicholas Low, Comfort Sands, Thomas Randal, Wiliam 
j Maxwell, Robert Bowne, Samuel Franklin, Daniel M'Cor- 
mick, Jofhua Wadddingfon, Thomas B.. S tough ton, Wil« 
iiam Con (table, William Edgar, John Murray. 

William Seaton, Cofhler, 

Rules obftTved at the Bank. 

The Bank will be open every Day in the Year except 
Sundays, ChrifimaS Day, Heiv-Vcar's D^y, Good Friday,, the 
4th of July, and general Holy Days appointed by legal 
Authority. 

He in'* of Bufinefs from ten to one o > Ciock, in the Fore 
noon, and from three to five in the Afternoon. 

Difccunts will be done on Yutfdays in Currency, and on 



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Thvrfday in Specie, in every Week ; and Bills or Notes 
brought for Difcount in Currency, nruft be left at the 
Bank on Monday ■, and thofe for Specie on Wednefday, under 
a Seal Cover, directed to William Seaton y Cafhier : The 
Rate of. Difcount is at present fixed at Seven per Cent, per 
Annum ; but no Difcount will be made for longer than 
thirty Days ; nor will any Note or Bill be discounted to pay 
a former one ; Payment mult be made in Bank Notes or 
Specie. Three Days of Grace being allowed upon all 
Rills or Notes, the Difcount will be taken for the fame. 

Money lodged at the Bank may be re-drawn at Plea- 
fure, free of Expence, but no Draft will be paid beyond 
the Balance of Accounts. 

Bills or Notes left with the Bank will be prefented for 
Acceptance, and the Money collected free of Expence : 
In cafe of Non-Payment and Proteft, the Charge of Pro* 
teft muft be borne by the Peifon lodging the Bill. 

Payments made at the Bank, mud: be examined at the 
Time, as no Deficiency fuggefted afterwards will be ad- 
mitted. 

Gold and Silver Coin is received and paid at the Bank 
at the following Rate : 

Gold at 89 Cents the Penny Weight. 

1 Crown, ' in Cents. 

I Dollar, loo ditto. 

I Piftareeti. 20 ditto. 

I Englifli Shilling, 22 ditto. 



TABLE of the Weight and Value of Gold atid Silver in the 

State of Connecticut. 
An Efiglifh or French Crown, at £.0 6s. %d. 

A Spanifh milled Dollar, at - 060 

An Englifh Guinea of the weight of 5d\vt. 6gr. 180 
A French Guinea of the weight of 5dwt. 6gr. 174 
A Johannes of the weight of i8dwt. 4 16 o 

A Moidore of the weight of 6dwt. i8gr. 1 16 o 

A four Piltole Piece weighing z6dwt. i?gr. 480 

In Neiv- England, Dollars pafs at 6s. apiece, and Gold 
at 5U 6s. 8u. per ounce. 

N 



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Officers of the Cincinnati, in the State of Connecticut. 
Col. Jeremiah Wadfworth, Prefidcnt, 
Col. Samuel Wyllys, Vice-Prcjident. 
Col. Jonathan Trumbull, Secretary* 
Col Ehenerer Huntington, Affiant-Secretary* 
Col. Benjamin Talmage, Treafurer. 
Col. Philip B.Bradley, Affiflant-Treajurer. 
Delegates to the General Meeting. 
Col. Wadfworth, Gen. Huntington, Gen. Swift, Col 
Trumbull, Col. Humpreys. 



COURTS in the State of Connecticut. 
Superior Courts. 

AT Litchfield, February 9, and Augufi 24. 
At Fairfield, Augufi 17. 
At D anbury , February 2* 
At New Haven, January 19, and Augufi 3. 
At Hartford, February 23, and September 7. 
At Windham^ March 16, and September 21 . 
At New-London, September 28, 
At Norwich, March 30. 
At Middletcwn, July 27. 
At Tolland, March 9. 
At H add am, January 12. • 

Inferior Co u r t s . 
At Hartford, April 6, and November 2. 
At New Haven, March 16, and November 23. 
At New-London, June 8. 
,At Norwich, November 23. 
,At Fairfield, April 20. 
A t Dan bury , November 1 6 . 
At Windham, Augufi \i , and December 14. 
5 At Litchfield, March 23, and September 21. 
At Mi da let own, November 9. 
At Tolland, February 23, and September 21. 
A t //<z z///tf M , April 6. ___ 



(7J ) 



Form of a L'Jl of Polls and Ejlate y rateable by Luxv on the 
2d/j of Augufl. 

£■ s. J. 

Polls from 21 to 70 years of age, at 18 c o 

Ditto from 16 to Zl years, - 900 

Oxen and Bulls, four years old, - 300 
Cows, Steers, Heifers and Bulls, 3 years old, zoo 
1 do. do. and do. z years do. I 00 

Horfe-Kind, three years old, 300 

Do. two years old, - zoo 

Do one do. - - I o o 
Mules the fame as Horfe Kind, 

Plow-land, per acre, - - Io o 

Upland, Mowing and clear Pafture, 080 

Bog Meadow, mowed, - 050 

Bog Meadow, not mowed, - o Z o 

Meadow Land in Hartford County, o 15 O 
All other Meadow Lands, both fait an <} frefl), 076 

Bum Patture, - - .' pa o 

Uninclofed Land, fjrft rate, ; c % o 

Ditto, - fecond do. • o 1 o 

Do. - third do. - £r o 

Coaches, - - '-» 15 

Chariots, - - zo 

Phaetons, - 15 

Curricles, - 10 

Chaifss, 5 
Riding Chairs wi'h open tops, and Sulkies, 3 

Gold Watches, - - 5 

Silver and other Watches, I 

Steel and brafs wheel Clocks, . - 3. 

Wooden wheel do. - I 
Ounces of Silver Plate, at 6/8. per cent. v 
Money on Intereft, 6 per cent. 

Houfes — Fiie places, at - o 

Do. do. depreciated J o 

Do. do. do. i o 

Do. do. do. ^ - o 
AfTeflments, 



o 6 

o O 

o 

o o 



f 76 ) 

Duties on Writs. 
Writs returnabla to a fingie M'iniftcr of th* Law, i/.—D . Co 
Court of Common Plc«s, or City Court, 2/ — Do, to th« Su-j 
otrior Ciurt, 6/— Do. Court of Errors, 12/— On all Apptait 
fotn a fing!* Micifttr of the Law, 3/.— Do. from a Court 0/ 
Common Pitai or City Court, 6/»— Cooc>nu«ic«8 in do.. 9^.— 
Do. in the Superior Court, 1J6. 



3 ^ 



\ New- London Ferry, 
Hurlbut's Ferry, 
\HalPs do. at Norhuit 
I Ditto at Shetucket, 
! hiantick Ferry, 
\Say-Rrook do. from ) 
jilt Off. to i&Jfrif. J 
JFromirl^-toirlO^. 
Brock-way's ditto, 
Warner's ditto, 
Chapman's ditto, 
Eaft-Haddam ditto, 
Middhtown ditto, 
Rocky -Hill ditto, 
Glaffenbury ditto, 
Keney's ditto, 
Hartford ditto 
" Wolcott's ditto, 
great river 



c Wolcott's 

< over grea 
£ Rivolet, 



;} 



o 
fa 

2 i 
O 

o 
o 



ffi 

4 

1 
1 

o 






6 8 



It 



o il 



G 
C 
0|0 



- far. 



4 far. 



( 


77 


) 










!•• A ft K 8 of FERRIES conn 






*g.Hg 


d 


4 


V 


QJ 


> to 




O rt 


a 


o 





15 


^ « 




a ^ 


H 


Jq 


o 


4-> 


8-S>f 




rt B 


o 


•T3 


k ^ 


CJ 


4> t- 




S * 


o 




6 


c 


CO 




A ? . 


^ J.. 


* ? . 


/, 


f< 


£ ? . 


Wind/or Ferry, at 7 

Scantick, \ 


2 


o i 


' £ 


3 


C 


o | 


■ Nuffield ditto, 


2 


o i 


i 1 


3 


C 


o J 


New-Haven Upper 7 
Ferry, f 


2 


o i 


« \ 


3 





° * 


Lower do, from i ft 7 
Oa. to i ft ^/r/7, J 


8 o 


3 ° 


6 o 


8 


G 


I o 

1 


From ift April to 7 
I ft OdobeYy \ 


6 c 


2 O 


4 o 


6 


C 


j 


Stratford ditto* 


4 c 


2 


3 c 


6 





I 


Derby ditto, 


2 £ 


O | 


« i 


3 





° * 


New -Town ditto, 7 
/ at Potatuck, j 


i 












2 O 


| 


1 I 


3 


c 


° i 


Knowles's, 


3 o 


:o 1 


< i 


3 


o 


° i 


Stratford at the 7 
Narrows, j 














2 


° 4 


t | 


3 


o 


° 4 


Chichefier at Cornwall 


I 


° 1 


o 1 


i 





p 1 


Dejhor ough's at the 7 














Narrows over Sa- > 


2 4 


t 


I 1 


3 


% 


o i. 


^/aofc-River, J 














Packer's at Miftick, 


2 


o 1 


i i 


2 





o ij 


And the fare for every twc-whecl Carriage, with 


me man and draft horfe, to be double ; 


and for 


every four-wheel carriage, one man & draft-horfe. 


treble the fare for a man, horfe and load, 


as ftated 


ibove ; and for every additional perfon, 


or horfe 


ir other beaft, the fame as ftated above. 





JC _ 7» ) 

A TABLE mewing the value of One Hundred 
Spanifh- milled Dollars, in Continental Cur- 
rency, at the following periods, agreeable to 
an Acl: of the General Aflembly of the State 
of Connefticut. 



1777. 
September ift, 

15th, 
OcJober ift, 

15th, 
Net/ember ift, 

15th, 
Dtcembir ift, 

15th, 
1778. 
January ift, 

15th, 
February ifi, 

15th, 
March 



ift, 
15th, 

ift, 

15th, 

ift, 

15 th, 

ift, 

15th, 

ift, 

15-th, 

ift, 

i 5 th f 

September ift., 
15th, 

Oclober ift, 
15^, 

November ift, 
l 5 tb, 

December ift, 
I5 th » 



April 

May 

June 

J"* 
Augufi 



Dollars, 
100 
104 
109 

US 

121 

127 
133 
139 

146 

15* 
r6o 

167 
175 
186 
203 
214 
230 

24 s 
265 
281 
303 

34S 

370 
400 

4*9 
464 
50© 

545 
584 
634 
679 



1779- 
January i9 9 

15I1, 
February iS, 

15 th, 
March 



April 
May 
Jane 

Augufi 



ift, 

i5 rh * 

ift, 

15 k, 

ift, 

15- b, 

Jft, 

15th, 

ift, 

*5 f b, 

ift, 

15th, 

September ift, 
15th, 

OSober ift, 

15th, 

November ift, 
15 th, 

December ift, 

15th, 
1780. 

January ift, 
IStb, 

February jft, 

i 5 tb, 
March ift, 

18th, 



Dolla t 

742 

796 

8&8 

932 

1000 

IC48 

11C4 

1156 

1259 

1272 

1344 
1404 
i486 
1548 
1631 
1709 
i8co 
19C8 
203a 
2151 
2340 
•433 
a 597 
2741 

2992 
3115 
3333 
3533 
373* 
4000 



'■ ■ ■■ ...>■ ( 79 ) _______ 

A TABITe of Simple Intertjl, *t 6 ptr Ctttt. 

For any Sum from zos, to£. iooo. 
" rivion. | 3*Mon. ) 6 Mon. | A Year. 



I 

2 

3 

4 

6 

7 
8 

9 



<£ 


?• 


i 


o 


2 


I 


3 


2 


4 
6 


3 
o 


7 
8 


o 

I 


9 


2 


IO 


3 



3 2 



7 

2 

9 

4 
o 

7 

2 

9 

4 



io 

20 
3 
40 

5° 
60 

7° 
80 

90 

ioo 
?oo 
300 
400 
500 
600 
700 

800 

900 

IOOO 



s. d. 
I o 



s. d. 

3 o 

6 

9 
12 

IS 
18 



4 

7 
10 

o 
10 

o 
10 

o 
10 10 

I 2 O 
IO 

o 



*3 



/. /. 
o 6 
o 12 

18 

1 4 



10 
16 

2 



1 

1 

2 

2 8 

2 14 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 



3 
6 

9 
12 

x 5 
18 

2! 
24 

27 

3° 



AN" 

i % m »■$■» ci 3 

For the Tear 1790. 

ECLIPSES FOR THE YEAR lj$0. 



THERE will be Six ECLIPSES this year : four of 
the SUN, and two of the MOON, in the order fol- 
lowing, viz. j 

l 

I. The firft will be a (trial! Eciipfe of the Sun, April 

r4th, at 8 o'clock in the morning ; invifible. . 

II. . The fecond will be a- total Eciipfe of the Moon, 
April 28th, in the evening, partly vifible ; the former 
part of wbieh will be before the Moon rifes. The JEclipfe 
will begin at $\\. wm, 50 fee. in the afternoon, and the 
Moon will rife at 6h. 53m totally eclipfed. 

III. The third will be of the Sun, May 13th, at II o J 
clock at night ; invifible. 

IV. The fourth will be a fmall Eciipfe of the Sun, Oclo-\ 
bir 8tb, at 5 o'clock in the morning ; invifible. 

V. The fifth will be of the Moon, Oclober 22d, in the' 
evening ; vifible and total, beginning at 5I1. 57m. 4$ fee \ 

VL The fixth and lad will be a fmall Eciipfe of the 
Sun, November 6th ; vifible — Beginning izh. iom. 
Difference of High- Water at fever at places fro?/:. New- London*. 

AT Neiv-1*ork 9 Tarpaulin Cove and Say Brook Bar, the\ 
fame as New-London ; at Rhode- Jfl and and Amboy^ 40} 
nlnutes fooner ; at Providence, 25 minutes fooner \ at Sandy -Hooks 
I hours and 40 miuutcsfooner ; at Albany > 3 kour* and IO minutes] 
fooncr ; at Kofi on y Z hours a**d 20 minutes later ; at Guilford 
ind New- Haven^ 2 hours and 50 minutes I iter $ at Philadelphia) 
; hours 20 minutes later ; at Norwich-Laud ng y .15 minutes Liter ,i 
•! S outh old Harbour ) 2 hours 10 tn mutes Liter. 



y A N U A R T hath 31 days. 



full moon I day, 2 morn. 
jLaft ^uart. 7 day, £0 night. 



\ M\W\ Kakitfar. &c. 



New moon 15 day, 3 morn 
Firft quart. %2 day, 6 aft* 
Full moon 30 day, 3 aft. 



ri.Qfet 




9 

10 

11 

12 

*5 

16 

■7 

18 

*9 

20 
21 
22 
2 3 
2 4 



2 Q 3 

4 

5 
6 



ojEnter a new year., 
71 and farcwcl the old. 
Q\DaysJhort, nights long, 
2 and nut at her cold* 
3J# per. Qoldyftormy 
4 Epiphany, weather 
5iD0d about thefe days, 
6 ! Day's length oh. 1.2m. 
7 flow cl. 8m. JQ 

1 ft Sun. pad Eph, 
Now expe& 

Honefty is a fine jewel, 
but much out of 

a cvldtajlerly faftiion. 

6Q% Jtorm. 

7*'s fouth 7I1. 35m. 

2d paft Ep. &<i7Hi 

Nights leng. 14b 34m 
_ O in ^r ^ #apog. 
4K. of Spain b. 1716* 

Twil. ends 6h. 30m. 

n O 2) Snew about this 

O flow of clock 12m. 

3dpaftEpip, time. 

Conv. St. Paul. 
More pleaf ant* then 

Days length ph. 48m. 

7*s fouth 6h.*44m. 
tomes a driving /now 

King Ch. M. fiorm. 

4thpaftEp. 01at-5S. 



..i?.(t quarc. 6 day:, 7 morn. Firft quart« 22 day, 2 morn. 
Ne>v morrn t; dav, aft. 



mi/f 



F E B R U T'R'T hath 28 days. *~ t] 

/. i- ._ - t->- /I --* ^~ J-... 



M 



Kalenit'e**, &c 



>er. ilowci. 
P'urif. B. V. M. 



14m 7 



47 # s fouth 6h. 22m. 
Snow or rain not 



9 

£0 

ji 
12 

*3 

14 
15 

.*'/ 

1.9 

20 

21 
22 

34 

26 
27 



2) S3 yi?r ^f. 

Treaty with France. 
Sepfoagef. (dOJ 
The purfe-firings arc 
the mo ft common 
ties of friendihip. 
Gen.Waihing. b, 1732 
Days length 1 oh. 22m* 
7*sfo. c 1141m £ Qj) 
Valentine. ®Iat. 5 N« 
®apog. Some plea/ant 
Shrove Toef. weather* 
Twil. ends 7h. 56m 
O enters X hut foon\6 
clouds up for /now 

/&$. or rain. 

OQ^adrageiTiina Sund. 

zm > More 

3*Lent. pkafant. 

4|St. Matthias. 

5 Days length 1 oh.' 56^1; 

6 y*s fet jah. 23m. 

7 flovr clock 13m. 
C tit Suit, in Lent. 




SThc -Planet Viol's will bcNEvcning Star to the 18th of I 
March'; -thence "Morr.inp Ststr\p rhe repv's end. j. 



M V 7: C "H hath 31 days 



!U) , I mo; n« 
I ait quart. 7 day, 4 after w. 



New moon 15 day, 3 after, 
i'lrft quart. J3 day, 5 after. 
Fuii moon 30 day,, 11 raor # 



M\tt-'\ Kalender, Oc. \n. Q j\fuljea\ri ]) . 



li 2 



»|3 

3 

4 



so* 



peng. 



7*s let 1.2I1. 8m. 
High Tides, ^litri 
Day- break 4h.-4.501. 
Q-.flow cl. 12m. ©3 p 

Frojiy nights. Cold 

2d in Lent, chilling 

2jDays length r ill 28m. 

3JTwi!.i / horteft. *wmds. 

Vows rn&dsin fformc;, 

arc forgot in cairns.. 

Fljfing clouds,. S.)V. 

<winds> r and feme 
3d in Lent, flowers. *& 
2?# apoge. & © D 6 
3j7*s fi^ ..ill 17m [6 

4; St. Patrick- S3 Tin], |<§ 
5Jc? O ? A furry of 
S.Oilowofcl. 8m. ([. gj 
^! in <y* 5«<7w. 



J 

6 

7 
9 

fc.O 
IL 
12 

*'*! 

14 

IS, 
*6 

5/ 

1*8 

■i 

P9 

Wq 

iaLCUthin. Lent.. 

'2.2 2>pay's length 1 2J1. 6m. 

2 3*3< a GS 
24? 4 ! Sbowry weather. 
J25 5 Annunciation BiVM. 

26 6.. (or Lady day. 

27 7: O flow of clock 12m. 
2.8 CiPalm Sund. Pkajant. 
2 9| 2 j$> perig. High tides. 
3°( 3 gOt Afor* rain. 

|3 i k 4 7 # s fet ioh 23m 



6 26 

2 5 

23 
6 22- 

2.1 
\6 19 
6 18 

16 

14 



9 . 27j.#.rifc 

10 i8[ 7 50 

11 8j 8 58 

12 oijo j- 

22"48'u 16: 

1 38 Morn. I 

2 28 Q, 2 1 t 



I 1 
10 

8 
7 
5 
4 
3 
1 
o 

'5 # 
S56 
5 54 
5 53 
5 5* 
5 5° 
5-49 
5 47 
5 4 6 
5 45 



6 
6 

6 
6. 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

\ - 

iO 1 

6(11 



4 * 

4 4*; 
i 34 i 

6 20I 

7 6) 

7 5 2 - - 

8 38 J fetil 

9 2 7 7 5 J 
59| 

55 



K 

2 3 

54^ 
3- 

? 
4.63 

2 4 



ii 45. 9 50 
2. yi 10 46 |j 

li 19 1 i 40 
2 6 Morn 
2 521 o 34 




A P R 1 L hath 30 days. 



L:i'l qtrfart. 6 day, 5 morn. 
[Newn^-'-n [4 dayfyp morn. 



Firfl: quart. 22 day, 4 morn 
Full moon 28 day, 7 aftern' 



\M[W r \ Kalender, &c. \r.J3/.\fulfea\r.( 



1 



I 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

Jo 

11 
12 

3 
H 

5 

16 

*7 
18 

19 

20 
21 

22 
23 

24 

2 5 

26 
1 

27 

28 
29 
30, 



57*sfet 1 oh. 19m. > & 

6 Good Friday. ' Flying 

7 flow cl. 5m. clouds, 
C Eafter Sund. and 

2 Bart. Mond. Jbonvery. 
3'© 5 P leaf ant. 
4iL)ay's leng. X2h. 50m. 
5 7*s fet 9h. 54m. 
6\ He that gives to be 
7jfcen,will never relieve 
CjiftSund. after Eaiter. 
2<a man in the dark. 
3[# apog* Something 
4<<5 D windy. 

5 O andcl. even. J ^ 
6i& 10 TTJ, Spring-tike 
7'\y*$ fet 9h. 20m. 
C 2d part Eaft. weather. 
Cool nights*. 
in tf Plea/ant 
days. More rain 



D0D ahout this 

St*. George. time. 

7;Day , s length I3h 34m 

CJ3dpaftEaft. St. Mark. 

2 Alow expeft an 

3 ©perig. eafierly 
4 l §0# Full tides 
;'• lat. 1 N. &ior*i 
67 # sfet8h. ^m.fiorm. 



43 7 


10 52 


9 10 


4i 7. 


11 46 


10 15 


40 7 


12 40 


11 18 


39 7 


1 33 


Morn. 


3«7 


2 28 


10 


37 7 


3 H 


1 1 


35 7 


4 


1 46 


33 7- 


4,45 


2 20 


32 7 


5 3o 


2 53 


307 


6 15 


3 26 


28 7 


7 


3 59 


27 7 


7 45 


4'3& 


25 7 


8 28 


5 9 


247 


9 14 


D fets 


2 3 7 


10 


7 49 


22 7 


*° 43 


S 38 


21 7 


if 30 


9 35 


20 7 


12 15 


10 34 


197 


1 


11 28 


18 7 


* 45 


Morn. 


16 7 


2 30 


0. 24 


iS 7 


3 2 4 


1 *5 


*4 7 


4 18 


2 1 


13 7 


5 12 


2 38 


12 7 


6 6 


3 *3 


10 7 


7 


4 2 


9 7 


7 54 


4 3* 


7 7 


8 48 


rife 


67 


9 3 6 


8 5 


5 7 


10 26 


[9 « 



M A T hath 


3 1 day? 







Lalt quart. 5 day, 8 aftcm. 


Fiift quart. 22 day, noon . 


New moon 13 day, ioaft. 


Full moon t8 dnv, 3 mom- J 


M\W 


1 Kalendar, &c. 


ft. 0/ 


Jfalfe<?\riQs.\ 


l \7 


Phil, and Jacob. 


5 5 7 


11 15 10 13; 


a:Cj4tlipaft Eaft. Spring- 

5 27 *s fet 8h. 20m. like 


5 3 7 

5 2 7 


12 4 11 6, 

" 53 In 5Si 


4 


3 O fa ft cl. 401. weather. 


5 « 7 


1 42 


Morn.!: 


5 


4 Gen. El ec. RJfland, 


5 °l 


2 30 


m 


6 


5 A covetous man does 


4 59 8 


3 I(S 


1 15] 


7 


6 nothing that he fhquld 


4J8 


4 2 


1 46} 


8 


7 do, till he dies. Flying 


* 57 


4 4* 


2 19 


9 


C Rogation, clouds, and 


4 568 


5 34 


2 46; 


10 


2 apog. perhaps 


4 55f 


6 zo 


3 '5» 


11 


3 Day's leng. 14I1. 12m. 


4 548 


7 6 


3 39 


12 


4' ([ 8 thunder. 


4 53 8 


7 5 2 


4 B; 


13 


% 


Afcenfian. 6 0© 


4 52 8 


8 33 


]> fets- 


14 


6 


& 1 TTJ, Fine fpring 


451 8 


9 26 


7 3* 


« 


7 


weather, then comes 


4 508 


10 15 


8 30: 


16 


C 


Sund. after Afcenfien. 


4 49 8 


11 2 


9 26 


17 


2 


y*s fet yh 26m. cloudy 


4 48 8 


11 50 


IO 2lj 


i8 


3 


and rain, and perhaps 


4 47 8 


12 38 


II 12 


J 9 


4 


Dark day 1780. 


4 46.8 


1 26 


Morn.j 


20 


5 


O in u thunder. 


4 45 8 


2 14 


ii 


21 


6 


Sweet is the breath 4 44 8 


3 2 


45 


22 


7 


D D of morn. 


4 43 8 


3 57 


1 24I 


2 3 


C 


Whit. Sunday. Clear 


4 42 8 


4 5 2 


2 I 


24 


2 


9 per. weather. 


442 8 


5 47 


2 39' 


2 S 


3 


Day's length 14h38.n1 


4 41 8 


6 42 


3 «°i 


f6; 


4 


Gen. Elect. Bofion. 


4 40 8 


7 37 


3 4*) 


27 


5 


High tides. Pretty 


4 39 8 


8 32 


4 24 


2? 


6 


SO® hot, which 


439S 


9 21 


• rife 


29 


7 


Q fait elk. 3m. brings 


4 38 810 10 


* 54; 


30 


C 


Trinity Sund. rain. 


4 37 810 59 


9 4<> 


♦1 


2 


7 # s rife 3I1. 27m. mor. 4 37 Sh 1 48 


10 29 



7 U N E hath 30 days 



Laft quart. 4 day, * 3ft«ni. f Fir ft quart. J 9 day, 6 after. 
New moon ia day, I after. [ Full xn<*on 26 day, noon* 



9 
10 

ill I 

12 7 

UP 

H|2 

1*5 3 
164 
J7J 5 

tfU 

19J 7 

20|C 
2I< 2 

«J3 

2 3J4, 
*4" 5 
25J6 
z& 7 

*7-C 
28: 2 



Some rain. 
Art. Elect. Bofion* 
faft of clock 2rn. 
D0(J Pretty ivarm 
Day's length 14I1 52m 
iftpaftTrin. 
]>apoge. gwwing 

weather. 
([ & Day -break 2h. 
W e ft erly winds, (i&ljl. 

Flying clouds* 
6Q9 Thunder. 
zd pad Trio. S^ftti 
G & clock even. 

Envy hath a leer of 
her father the devil, but 
cruelty his very face. 

Several refrejbing 
DQ5 Jfoi&ers* 
3d paft Trinity.. 
Q in 25 B perig. 
$$ Tide f>velis. 
fwil. ends gh. 52m.. 
St. John Baptifh 
Day's leng. t4.l1. 58m 



G © C/V«r and 

4thpaft Trin. 

pie af ant forfime 
29 3JSt.. Peter, days. 
So 41Q flow of clock 3m. 




Lafft quart. 4 da/, 4 morn. I Firft quart. 18 clay, 10 aft. 
New moon 12 Hay, I morn, j Full moon J? day, IX aftern. 



■ flf|/iH - Kalcndt.r,&c. \r. Qs. Fuljea\r.+s 



7 L ; Z /' hat a 31 days. 



a^ 



1 

2 

I 

3^ 

4' 

5' 
6 

7i 

9, 

10; 

11! 

I2 ! 

N 



h: 



18 
1*9 

\2Q 
21 
.22 
;2 3 
24J 

S25I 
•26! 
'27 
^28 

,29 ! 

" 1 

3-' 



O iiow clock 4m 
Showers with thunder 
Day's leng. 14x1 56m 
5th pail: Trin. O0 <| 
(Indepen. decl. 1776 

Hot weather. 
Day-break 2h. 21m* 
Noiv look out for 

more rain* 
6tii pail: Trinity, 
6 O © Something 
• lat. 5S. Q7K1 
O flow of clock cm, 

.•■pcrfg- pleafant} 4. 

7 th pail Trin. D0 J 4 
Thunder, (<X £4 

fc rife midnight. J4 
C o m mence. Camb. I4 
O in ^ which cool r 4 
Day's leng. 14I1 30m. J4 

8th pail Trin. S 0©!4 
(Dog-days be^in.^ 

4 

4 



32 8 12 53 
32 8j 1 42 

32 8i 2 

33 8 

33 8 

33* 



34 8 
34 8 
3?8 
36 8 
368 



30 

3 16 

4 1 



8 3 6 



37 8 .9 28 

38 8*0 24 

38 8H 13 

39 812 6 

40 8I2 5 8 
40 8 1 50 



41 8 

42 8* 

43 8. 



Grows hot. 
4Twil.€nds9h. 15m. 
5jO flow of clock 6m. 
6|7 # srife uh 24m, 



43 8 5 14 

44 8; 

45 8; 

46 8; 

,47 ~ 
48 8! 



49 8po 12 
508,11 o 

51 8jH 44 

52 812 31 

53 81 1 18 



10 39 

11 12 

II 5 jj 

Morn, 
o 7 



4i 
*S 

49 

29 

15 

D fets 

8 26 

9 IO 
9 47 

10 23 

10 58 

11 .36 
Morn. 

o 16^ 

54 

1 40 

2 3° 

3 3* 
• rife 

7 29 

8 3 
8 29 

8 53 

9 32 
10 o 



A U GUST hath 3 1 days. , 


Lad quart* 2 day, 5 aftern. 


Firft quart. 17 day, 3 morn t 1 


New moon 10 day, noon, 


Full moon 24 day, n morn j 


4\IV\ Kalenaar* $7. \r.Qs. \fultjea\r. J 


1 


G 


9th pail Trinity. 14 54 8 


2 s^° 25 


' 2 


2 


aQC 2) 8 ■ FimfasS 8 


2 52 IO 52 ] 


3 


3 


plea/ant weather. 4 56 8 


3 39 f n 34 


4 


4 


Day's length 14I1 6m. J4 57 8| 4 26 Morn. 


5 


5 


Thunder jho<wers 


4 58 8 s 12 


14! 


6 


6 


jf-s rife 1 oh 57m 


4 59 8 


I 58 


1 4 


7 


7 


/» many places* 


5 ° 7 


6 44 * 55 


8 


C 


1 oth pafl Trinity. 


5 * 7 


7 30 2 55 


'9 


2 


flow clock 5m. 


527 


8 i6| 4 2 


10 


3 


6 O • H, *g n tides * 


5 4 7 


9 2©fetsl, 


11 


4 


Day-break 3)1 jm 


5 5 7 


9 57| 7 44 


12 


5 


& 4 tlj, Clear and 


5 6/ 


10 52 8 23I 


13 


6 


d perige. plea/ant. 


5 7 7 


11 47 


8 50 


H 


7 


Something hot, with 


5 8 7,12 42 


9 20 


15 


c 


uthpa&Trin. D Q 15 9 7] 1 37 


10 2J 


16 


2 


7*s rife 1 oh. 19m. 


5 ** m * 3* 

3 12 7 ; 3 21 


10 35: 


17 


3 


D O D figns of 


11 23 


18 


4 


Twilight ends 8h 39m 


5 *3 7l 4 so Morn. 


19 


5 


thunder* An eajierly 


5 ! 4 7! 4 58 


i S 


20 


6 


ft or m is now coming 5 16 7] 5 46 


1 12 


1 21 


7 


Day's leng. 13a 26m. 5 17 71 6 34 


2 '3 


22 


C 


1 2 th pall Trin. en 


5 1* 7 


7 22, 3 18' 


23 


2 


K. Fr. b. 1754. foon* 


5 »9 7 


8 i©j 4 24 


24 


3 


g G • St. Barthol. 


5 2I 7 


9 • rife 


1 2 5 


4 


Commenc.Dartm. 


5 22 7 9 43 
5 23 7.10 2*8 


7 14 


26 


5 


Cool nights and 


7 4° 


'27 


6 


% apoge. mornings \ 


5 25 711 12 


8 8 


28 


7 


Temperate weather. 


5 26 7:11 56 


* 34 


29 c 


13th pail Trin. J JS 5 27 7 


12 40 


9 5 


3°i 2 


O and clock even. 


5 28 7 


1 *4; 9 34t 


313 


7*'s rile 9h 24m. 


5 3° 71 J 5 8 J° x 3f 



SEPTEMBER hath 30 days. 



Lalt quart- I day, 5 aftern. 
Mew moon 8 day, 7 after n- 



Firftqwart. 15 day, II mbrn 
Fid) moon 33 day, 3 mom.. 



MW\ Kalendar, &t. \ri.Qjet\jniijea\r.%s 



4IC0 mmenc. Provid. 
Sb*sr. 9 hi 7 m (d0( 
6'Dog-dayscnd. 
7jFirft Cong, met 1774. 
GJ14U1 paft Trinity. 
2jParc of New-London 
3] (burnt, 1781. 

4 Co mmem c.N. Haven. 
5(60D ©faftcl. 3m. 
6;Full tides. S3 2lTi 
7 ( Day's length 121132m 
C 15th pail Trin. 

2 Something windy \ 

3 7*s rife 8h, 33m. 
4JD0B Perhaps 



rain. 

faft of clock 6m. 
Plea/ant temperate 
i6thpaflTrin. 

weather. 
St. Math. Cold nights, 

which bring a N. E. 

§00 Oin £± ftorm. 
ipapoge. % lat. iN. 

Clears off windy. 
17th pad Trin. 
7*s rife 7a 48m 

FHvil. ends 7h. 30m. 
St. Michael. Chilly. 
Day's length 1 ih 38m 



5 31 7 
5 3 2 7 
5 34 7 

35 7 
J67 
387 
39 7 

S 407 

42 7 

43 7 

44 7 

467 

47 7 
49 7 
507 

5*7 

5 "53 7 

5 54 7 

S.55 7 

5 57 7 

5 587 

5 59 7 

1 6 

26 

46 

56 

76 

36 

96 

!I 6 



2 52 ,10 56 

3 42 In 44 

4 32 Mom. 

5 22 

6 12 

7 3 
7 54 
845 

9 39 
10 33 
ii 23 
12 21 

1 *5 



2 
3 
3 
4 38 

6 10 

7 o 



37 




1 41 




2 50 




4 1 




D fet5 




6 57 




,7 28 




8 




8 40 




9 2 3 




10 12 




u IC 





9 

4 
5 1 'Morn 

f\ 

1 '5 

2 26 

3 26 

4 2& 



7 46 

8 32 

9 i6j#rif( 
io o 6 



5 



10 44 

11 28 

12 12 

1 o 

1 40 

2 24 



47* 

7 19 

7 54 

8 28I 

8 58! 

9 4 3 
o 30^ 



jl OCTOBER hath 31 days. ( | 


BCalt quart, i day, 7 morn. 


Firft quart. 14 day, 9 aftern. 


JNew moon 8 day,. 6 morn. 


: Full moon as day, 2 aftern. 




Laft quart.. 30 day, 9 aftern. j 


~M\W\ Kalendar, i$c. \ri.Qfet 


Fulfea\r. © j. j 


1 


6 


□ Oa 'fkafanh if not 


6 12 6 


3 16 


II 32 


2 


7 


j*s rift 7I1. 30m. to* 


6 13 6 


4 8 


Morn 


3 


G 


i8thpaft'Trin. windy. 


6 15 6 


5 


35 


4 


2 


Day's length iih 28211 


6 16 6 


5 S3 


1 43 


5 


3 


Q faft clock 121X1* 


6 17 6 


6 46 


2 54 


6 


4 


£az'ff flz#y £g expe&ed. 


6196 


7 38 


4 11 


7 


S 


Day* break 4b 46m* 


6 20 6 


8 30 


5 2 4 


8 


6 


6 ©•S3iBlDperig. 


6 2i 6 


9 22 


D> fets 


9 


7 


«ilatu t$L> J S3 


6 23 6 


10 14 


6 44 


10 


C 


Exceeding high tides. 


6 24 6 


1 1 6 


7 2 4 


11 


2 


Cloudy wet weather 


6 26 6 


1 2: O 


i 8 1.2 j 


12 


3 


7*s- rife 6h 52 m, 


6 27 6 


12 52 


9 7 


•3 


4 


rfiiwtf this, 


6 28 6 


I 42 


10 3 


H 


5 


Q O » tfftntf 


6 30 6 


2 34 


'I 7 


l 5 


6 


Svmtwhat windy * 


6 31 6 


3 2 > 


Morn 


16, 


7 


,* blujforing and 


6 33 6 


.4 8 


17 


"n 


C 


sothpaft Trin. C0*V. 


6 34 6 


4 54 


1 29 


\H 


2 


St. Luke, PJeafant. 


6-35 6 


5 4*> 


2 25 


\ ;'9 


3 


7*s rife 6)1.271x1. 


6 366 


6 26 


3 3 6 


,20 


,4 


; Npw prepare for 


6 38 6 


\ 7- 12 


4 31 


I s * 


■ 5 


j an e after ly fiarm* 


6 39 6 


8; g 


,5 24 


*2 


.6 


#Q#> »& 


6 40 6 


8-44 


3 rife 


N 57 


£ ? apoge» (jjat.j- S, 


6 42 6 


9 28 


5 5* 


; 24 e 


zixftpaitTrinv, 


6 43 6 


10, 14 


6 26 


1 ■ * 


2 


1* C &o I weather* 
pay's length 10 Ji 5.91x1 


6 44 6. 


1 lj c 


7 2 


jljtf 


\ 3 


6 45 6 


11 44| 


7- 40 


Ijfc 


4 


7*$ rife 6ho.55.n1* 


6 47 6 


IZ-: 29 


8. 41 


jw 


5 


v>£$ Sixijortand Jude>, 


&4M 


I, 15 


9 33 


1 ^9 


6 


6,4$ 6 


M 59 


jo 30 


||fco|7 


0:0 ft Wwdy^coU- 


6 51: 6 


Z: 44 


11? 30- 


Ptf|?< b^paft'Triir;. 


65-26 f 3* 37 


Morn v 

iBT-l.fll 





NOVEMBER hath 30 days. 


New moon 6 day, I cittern. 


hull moon 21 day, 4 aitern. 




Firft quart. 14 day, 11 morn 


La ft quart- 10 day, 7 runrn. 


M\ 


^ 


Kalendar y &c. \/i.Q)jci\/ul jca 


' . gj. 




1 


2 


All Saints. 


6 53 6i 4 30 


42 




2 


3 


Queen Fr. born 1755. 


6 54 6\ 5 24 


1 5i 




3 


4 


G^W weather. 


6 55 6 


6. 18 


3 2 




4 


5 


7*s- rife 5I1. 25m- 


6 57 6 


7 12 


4 14 




5 


6 


D Q ^perige. 


6 58 6 


8 6 


5 26 


1 


6 


7 


6Qm High tides. 


6 59 6 


9 


H) fets 


7 


C 


©lat. 2$N. 


705 


9 5» 


6 , 

6 53; 


\f 


S 


2 


Day's lengthen; 58m. 7 1. 5 


10 44 




9 


3J Autumnal blafis now 


7 > 5 


11 36 


7 5' 




1.0 


^blufter in tbejky, 


7 4 5- 


12 2S 


8 55 


i 


U 


5] Andfrl retiring y flews 


7 5 5 


1 20 


iO 2 


K 


12 


b/he ^winter nigh. 


765 


2 12 


8 ! 3 


ft 


"3 


C 24th pail Trin. 


7 7 5 


3 4 


Morn 


▼ 


H 


785 


3 48 


17 


'5 


2 


O fail clock 15111= 


7 95 


4 32 


1 i9j 


1 


16 
«7 


3 


weather, Something 


7 J ° 5 


5 16 


2 19 




4J7 # s fouth midnight. 
SlGreatEarthqua, 1755. 


7 11 5 


6 


3 16 




IS 


7 12 5 


6 4 4 


4 31 




l 9 


6®apoge. J) £3 c^7/y. 


7 13 5 


7 2 8 


i T 


1 L 


20 


7 


Now comes a ftorm 


7 14 5 


8 1* 


6 4 


kl 


21 

1 


Q 


80© 2 5thpaft.Trin. 


7 i-5 5 


8 5.4 


©rife 


PI 


22 


2 


Qm $ from the 


7 16 5 


9 4i 


5 49 




' 2 3 


3 


7*s fouth 1:1 h 33*n.. 


7 I? 5 


IO *% 


6 33> 




•24 


4 


eaftern board. 


7, 18 5 


11. 1 5 


7 28 

8 25 




2 S 


5 


Days length 9J1 22m* 


7 19 5 


12 2 




26 


6 


jf/w,, coin, 


7 19 5 


12.49 9 2.5! 




2 7 


7 


bluflering* and 


7 2 ° 5 


1-3610 31 




•28 


.C26th paft Trinity.. 


7 z* 5 


2. 24J11 36 




2 9 


2 DO&' prhaps 


7 2-2 5 


S-aj t7JMorn 




■3o 


3 St. Andrew; /now. 


722 5 4 rot 44 



vr 



DECEMBER hath 31 d 


ays. t | 


New moon 5th day, midnight. 


?«i) mooa zi day, 9 morn.f 


Firft quart. 13 day, 4 morn. 


L,aft quart. i8 


day, 6 aft. 
r ea.\r. J) j. 


M\IV 


Kaiendar, &c. j 


ri.077t\julj 


1 


4 


7*s fouth nh. 17 23 5 


5 


41 1 5« 


2 


5 


>8 |7 24 5 


6 


3 3 


3 


6 


• perige. Cold 17 24 5 


6 


5 2 4 n{ 


4 


7|Full tides. weather ,\y 25 5 


7 


4 6 ! 5 24 


5 


C Advent Sund. (J Q # '7 25 5 


8 


40 D fetal 


6 


2 J and perhaps f now. h 26 5 
3 r O (ait of clock 8m. \? 26 5 


9 


3o| 5 29 ; 


7 


10 


20j 6 30' 


8 


4 l Twilight ends 6h 14m V 27 5 


11 


*°, 7 36 


9 


$ Some pleafant weather, -J 27 5 


12 


o| 8 42; 


10 


6 7*sfouth loh. 20m. J7 28 5 


12 


5°) 9 47) 


1 1 


7\but of fhort continuance. '{] 28 5 


1 


40.10 51; 


12 


C;2d in Advent. U 28 5 


2 


30 ;*« 53; 


*3 


2|dOG Changeable [7 29 5 


3 


1 4 Morn] 


! 4 


3^ weather, and -windy. J 29 5 


4 


° 54' • 


;, S 


47 # s fouth 9I1 58m. 


7 29 5 


4 


42! 1 5*3 j 


16 


5j D © Cold, and 


7 29 5 


5 


26j 2 50 


l 7 


6 apog. perhaps 


7 30 5 


6 


10 


3 44. 


18 


7 


mflre /novo about this 


7 30 5 


6 


54 


4 4o* 


l 9 


C 


3d in Advent. //aw. 


7 30 5 


7 


38 


5 36 


20 


2 


Days length 9h. 


7 30 5 


8 


22 


6 3°, 


21 


3 


St. Thomas. §0f 7 30 5 


9 


6 


• rife) 


; ! 22 


4#!at. 5 S. 829-f^ 


7 30 5 


9 


57 6 8i 


| 2 3 


5 


7*s fouth 91 23m 


7 30 5 


10 


44 7 10. " 


Im 


6 


Winter-like weather. 


7 30 5 


n 


33! 8 u 


w 


7 


Christmas. May\j 29 5 


12 


22 9 18 


I26 


C 


4th in Advent. heav\i\l 29 j 


1 


lino 24 


27 


2 


St. John, horn virtue]? 29 5 


2 


on 30 


I28 


3 


kiefs New-England^ 


7 29 5 


2 


5o:Morn ] 


29 


4 


fhore, All difcord ceafe> 


7 2 9 5 


3 


43 ° 39 j 


3° 


v- 


ind trditors he no more. 


7 28 5 4 


3& 1 52 I 


3 1 


6l®perig. - Farewel. 


7 28 5! 5 


3°* 2 54 j 






6 



R 

( No. 1. ) 
R-ad to Newport. 



G^otun, 
>toningtoP, 
Wcfttriy, At 7 
tht iridgr, > 
VVefteriy, 
Charleftown, 

Tower Hill, 

Ferry, 

Orer the Ferry 



Barbtr, 
Haliam, 

Bread, 

Bierm, 
Stanton, 
Green, 
Perry, 

F anklin, 
Townfend 



A"D S. ' 

Norwich, Lord, Lathrop, 7 
Ntwent, Burnhim, 7 

Phinheld, Eaton, 8 

Voluntown, DIxfon, 4 

Coventry, Knox, 4 

Scituate, Taylor, 4 

Angel, 4 

Johnfon, Fife, 6 

Providence, Rice, 8 

To Bofton, (See No, II .) 4$ 

104 



toNiwroRT ; )jr Lawton 

5° 



( No. II. ) 
Lovftr or P oft' Road to 

BoSTONr 

(Sec Road No. I.) 
To Tower. Hill y Perry, 

North- Kingfton, Alien, 



jGrtenwich, 
Fulling-Mill, 

P.ovidince, i 

Rthobothj 
Attleborough, 



Arnold, 
Stafford , 
D igget, or 
Dixter, 
Slack, 
Dagget, 
Draper, 
W encham, Minn, 
W*JpdJt, Heyden, 

1 ■ " Downer, 

Dedhim, Amta or Gay y 



n6 



( no. in. ) 

MiddU Road to Boston 

tbro* Providence. 
, Wheclc, 3 

mmmmmmmmm Haughton or ) 

"" Raymond, ) ^ 



(No. IV.) 
From Billon to Newbu- 7 

rj-Port, S 45 

From Newbury-Port to 1 

Portfmouth, 
From Portfmouth^ 

Portland, 



62 



129 



( No. V. 

Poft-Road to Hartford, by 

Middlitoton. 
■ Wheeler, 

Mont?illf, Allen* 5 

Colchefter,,Cartey, 6 

fTainter, ° 

Chatham^ Comftock, 7 

Arnold, 3 

» Higgini, 4 

" ■■ Bum, 5 

Middletown J^« <low » , 

Upper houfei, Sage, % 

Rocky- Hill, Grirattv 6 

Wtthtrificld J & 



Hart for d> 



Stil'man,. 
7 Butsr, 

iBull^ 



(Nc. ruf 

b Roid to Dartmouth Colltg*. 
C Haughtcn. or 
I Raymond, ' 

5 Lord or 
Lathtop, ' 
Rudd 9r 



,, Norwich, 



Windham, 

JAwford,, 
.j Union, 
Biimfit'd, 



5 Ripley, 
St " 



j StaniiW,, 
Clark, 
LomIf 3 
Convert, 



Fai field, PenfultV 
Not walk, Reed, 

| MJddlefsx, Youngi,. 

' Stamford* Webb, 
Horfe- Neck, Knap, 
Rje, Haviland, 

Mirineek, Hortoa, 
New Rochel, BruftV 
Eall Chefter,Guyong, 
King'a- Bridge, Hyat* 
New-York, 



Checkeby River, 

Palms'-,, Quinten, % 

|$elchertown,D wight,, lo 
jAmhurft, Field, 

Sundarland, Billings, 6 

Miintaqor,, Root, »4 

Nortbfielc, Hunt, $ 

HintoalfY Tailor,, li 

|Chefte*fi*ld, Snow, 9 
Wefimorelant 1 , Buttei Field, 9 



1 

4 
4 

3 
5 



\^alpole, 
Number 4, 
jCUremoat, 
Cornifh, 
ENainfield, 
Lebanon, 
Colltg?,, 



Bald win, t 

Walker, r 

Wait, 

Chafe,. 

Smith,, 

Siewfter, 



From JNiwTork to Phi- 
ladelphia*. 
Newark,. Kenny I© 

Eligabeth*Town,Grabax», 
Woodbrldge, Jackfer,. 

; Brunswick, Drake, 
Ten milei run, Jonet, 
Princeton,, Beekman* 
Trenton, Bergen, 
Biiftol 9 . McBlwy* 

Penny Peck, Holmee, 

{ Fwnkrort, Martin, 

| phiUdtlpJnia,, 



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Road to Ntw-Hawt* and 
jtfiwttrir. 
,',Lymf*, Parfbnr, s 

I Say-Brook, Ely, 
I Kil»'»rigworth,Butll,, 

! Guilford, Collmi, 10 j ^»;"': Ftrfyt 
(Before,. Beldw^ 10 T eJUpe F«^ 

I New Havfn,}^ d % h? » R ? <e*i Tavern, 
TMilftrf,; Clark,. ,0 Alexandria,, 
Stratfor<V Bertram, 4 1 



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fi^m Philadelphia to 

-AUxadria. 

Derby,, Hayer,, 

CheRer,. Witby, ~v 

R Wilmington, Btntley, J %\ 

ChritVune Bridge, Darby, Qi 

, f Head Elk, Hollingfworth i*| 

I I Charhftown, Palmer, 10 

* It Acrofa Sufquehan. Durbic,7 

^Baltimore, M'Candlei 3? 



Lomax, 




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Page 

^Rmy acoounts,.< ffice of 66 

Aififtants, 3 

g ANK of New-York* 72 

QAndidatesfor miniftry %% 
** Cincinnati, 74 

Colle&ors of (late taxes, %o 
Commiflioners for fettle- 
ing continental accounts •* 
. .to treat with in dian*52 
Comptroller of pub. acco. 3 
Congrefs, officers under, 51 
Conftitution of U. States,^ 
Courts, fup. judges of 4 
i. time o£ holding, 74 
— fupreme in U. States 68 
— -diftrift ditto, 69 

Confuls, &e.from foreign 

courts, 
Cuftoms, officers of, 53*—5(> 
J)UriBS payable in the 

United States,, 56*— 6j 
Depreciation, fcale of. 78 
JTXCISE matter, 1 7 

JT-REEMEN's meetings, a 

Fairfield county civil « 

officers,. 

Fares of ferries, 76 

QOVERNORS^ 71 



J-J ARTFORD county 
civil officers, 



city ditto y 



Page 

79 
5^ 



75- 
66 

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5> 
16 

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INTEREST table,. 

Judicial department, 
LITCHFIELD county 

civil officers, 
Lift, form of 
Loan officers, 
MIDDLESEX county 

civil officers, 
Maddlctown city officers 3 
Militia, 29 — 36 

Minifters of the gofpel, 2, 
f^EW Haven county 
civil officers, 

city officers, 

AJEW-London county- 
civil officers,, 

» city officers, 

Nomination for afliiTants,i7 

Norwich city officers* 17; 

Notaries public, i; 1 

p0ST-mafters, 67 

Probate judges & elks. 14 

J^Eprefentatives, lift of 18; 

in Congrefs, 49' 

CEnators in Congrefs*. 49.? 

Sup. court, judges of 4! 

HpOlland co. civil officers 14 

Table of intereft^ 79 

Tffl E ftern country, ^ J 

troops in, *1 

Weights and coin, 73 

Windham co. civil officers 9 

Writs, duties on 76, 

YALE-College 3 . 33 



ALTERATIONS. 

Samuel Bijbop, efq. chief judge of New-Haven county 
court, in the room of hon. James Wadfivortbyefq. reiign^dji 
and Simeon BriftuU efq. affiirant judge of laid court, p. 5. 



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LiJiefQixw. Officers in the State of CON- 
NECTICUT. 

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His Excellency 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Esquire, 
Gove rnor. 

The Hon. Oliver Wolcott, Efquire, 
Lieutenant- Governor. 

Assistant s. 
William WiMiams, efq. 
Jofeph P. Cook, e fq. 
Stephen M. Mitchel, efq. 
William Hillhoufe, efq, 
John Treadwell, efq. 
John Cheftsr, efq. 
James Hillhoufe, efq. 
Jedidiah Strong, efq. 
James Davenport, ciq, 
Roger Newbury, e: r q. 
Heman Swift, efq. 

John Chandler, E r q. 

T ~. ., - , i . , < 

George W/llys, efq. Secretary. 
Peter Colt, efq. Treafurer. 
Ralph Pomeroy, efq. Comptroller of puilic\ 

(accounts. 



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Judges of the Superior Court. t 


Hon. Eljphalet Dyer, Efq. Chief Judge. 


Hon. Andrew Adams, efq. 1 


Hon. Charles Chauncey, efq. : 


Hon. Jefle Root, efq. 


Hon. Eraftus Wolcott, efq. 


George Pitkin, efq. clerk. 


Civil Officers, &c. in 


the County of Hartford* 


Judges, of the 


bounty Court. 


Hon. Stephen M. Mitchell, efq. chief judge. 


Hon. John Treadwell, | 


Hon. John Chefter, 


Thomas Seymour, | 


Roger Newtury, efquires. 


George Wylly 


s, efq. clerk. 


fufices of Pease* 


George Wylly s, 


William Wolcott, 


John Lawrence, 


Frederick Elfwortfa, 


Jonathan Bull, 


Jofeph Allen, 


Samuel Wyllys, 


George Pitkin, 


William Mofely, 


Jona. Wells, E. Hartford. 


John Robbins, 


Elilha Pitkin, 


Charles Chnrchell, 


Richard Pitkin, 


Samuel W. Williams, 


Afhbel Pitkin, 


Henry Allyn, 


Selah Hart, 


Solomon Grifwold, 


Ifaac Lee, 


Solomon Whitman, 


Gad Stanley, 


Noadiah Hooker, 


Roger Riley, 


Ichabod Norton, 


Simeon Hart, 


William Judd, 


Zebulon Peck, jun. 


Oliver Humphrey, 


Jofeph Byington, 


Daniel Humphrey, 


Afahel Holcomb, 


Noah Phelps, 


Ozias Pettibone, 


Dudley Pettibon e, 


Jonathan Brace, 


Alexander King, 


Judah Holcomb, jun. 


Gideon Granger, 


Phineas Sheldon, 


Thaddeus Leavett, 


John Mix, 


Edward Collins, 


Reuben Humphrey, 


Eliphalet Terry, 


Alexander Wolcott, jun. 


John Reynolds, 


Amos Granger, 


ElizurTalcott, 


John Trumbull, 


Jofiah Hale, 


Oliver Elfworth, 


Philip Selew, 


Ralph Pomeroy, 


Elizur Hale, jun. 


Nathan Hayes Whiting, 


John Curtifs, 


Hezekiah Biflell, 


Timothy Clark, 


Peter Colt, efquires. 



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John Trumbull, efq. jlaU attorney 
PraSliftpg attornies. John Trusibull, Chauncey Good- 
rich, Thomas Young Seymour, William Mofeley, Eph 
raim Root, Noah Webfter, juu. Enoch Perkins, efquires, 
Hartford. John Williams, Thomas Chefter, efquires, 1Ve~ 
tbersfield. William Judd, Timothy Pitk'n, jun. Daniel W. 
Lewis, efq'rs, Farmington, Roger Newbury, Alexander 
Wolcott, Gaylord Grit wold, efq'rs, Windfor. Jona. Brace, 
efq. Gfofienbu>y. Nathaniel Terry, efq. Enfield. Gideon 
Granger, efqi Sifffitlf. Benj. Farnham, efq. Symfiu>y. 
Stephen Chefter, efq. fieri f. 
Deputy Jh trig's. John Dodd, Simon Clark, Hartford. 
Nathan Merrow, Eaf-Hartfard. Simeon Belden, JVt- 
tbtrsfielL Roger Hooker, Farmington* William RufTell, 
Simeon Grifwold, JVindfor. David Shaw, Eafi Windfor* 
Jonathan Janes, goal r. 
Town- clerks. Gsorge WyJlys, efq. Harffrd. Samuel 
William Williams, efq. Wether sfield. Henry Allyn, efq. 
Windfor. Frederick Elfworth, eiq. Eaji- Wind/or. Solo- 
mon Whitman, efq. Farmington. • Mr. Sylvefter Wells, 
Berlin. John Curtifs, efq. 6outhing>en. Mr. Jonathan 
Stanley, Eafi- Hartford. Benjamin Farnham, efq. Simf- 
bu>y. Alexander King, efq. Sufield El,iphalet Terry, 
efq. Enfield. Jofiah Hile, efq. Glafienbury. David By- 
iugton, efq. Brijlol. Mr. Judah Holcomb, Granby* 

- Civil Officers, in the County of New-Haven. 

Judges of the County C^urt. 

Hon. Samuel Bifhop, efq. chief judge. 

Jofeph Hopkins, efq. j Gideon Buckingham, efq. 

Andrew Ward, efq. | Simeon Briftol, efq. 

Jofeph William Whiting, efq. clerk. 

Jufiices of Peace, 



Samuel Bifhop, 
James Wadfwortb, 
David Auftin, 
Timothy Jones, 
Henry Daggct, 
Nehemiah Smith, 
Ephraim Strong, 
Lewis Mallet, jun. 
Stephen Gunr, 



Eliphalet Hotchkifs, 
Thomas Clark,' 
John Humphry, 
Ezra Bronfon, 
John Welton, 
Oliver Stanley, 
Eliakim Hall, jun. 
Caleb Cook, 
Street Hall, 



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John Dibble, 
Divid French, 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Simeon Briftol, 
Bazil Munfon, 
John Hubbard, 
Thomas Mansfield, 
Jofeph Pierpoint, 
Jofeph Darling, 
Samuel Davenport, 
Brenton Hall, 
Stephen Ball, 
Webb Tomlinfon, 
Pierpoint Edwards, 
Jonathan Ingerfotl, 
(efquires. 



! 



David Hall, 

Samuel Whiting, 

Daniel Hall, 

Simeon Par fans, 

John Burgifs, 

Thomas Burgifs, }un« 

Auguftus Collins, 

William Starr, 

Elias Graves, 

William Gould, 

Edward Ruflell, 

Ebenezer Ruflell, 

Jonah Clark, 

Reuben Atwater, 

Samuel Beach, 

John Perk, 

Thomas Darling, 

Jonathan Ingerfoli, efq. fate attorney* 

Pra&Jing attomies* Jonathan Ingerfoli, Pierpoint Ed- 
wards, James Hillhoufe, Mark Leavenworth, William 
:HiUhoufe,Elizur Goodrich, Abraham Bifhop, Dyer White, 
Simeon Baldwin, David Daggett, Jonathan Lcavitt, efq'rs, 
Neio- Haven, Oliver Standiey, Samuel Woodruff, efq'rs, 
IValitngford. Nathaniel Roflerter, efq. Guilford. Abxa* 
ham V. H. De W.tt, efq. Mlfwd. 

Jonathan Fitch, efq. fieriff- 
\ Drputy-Jker'jfs* Abraham Augur, Samuel Thacher, Jo- 
nas Prentice, Peter Woodward, John R. Throop, Neiv-\ 
Haven. Eliakim Hall, jus. Wallngford* Michael Peck,' 
Milftrd* Samuel Scrantom, jun. Gu Iford. 
j Abraham Augur, goaler. i 

! 7W« clrhs. Samuel Biftiop, efq. Neiv Haven. Mr.' 
Amos Perkins, Woodbrldgc. Jofiah Bradley, efq. Eajl- 
Haven. Jofeph Pierpoint, efq. North Haven. Simeon 
Briftol, efq. Hamdcn. Mr. Elifha Whittlefey, jun. Wal- 
Ingford. Simeon Parfons, efq. Durham. Thomas Bur- 
gifs, tfq. Guilford. John Humphreys, efq. D*rly. Gi- 
deon Buckingham, elq. Milford. Samuel Beach, efq. 
Cbfbire. Capt. William Leavenworth, Waterhury. Col. 
Edward Ruflell, Brat ford. 



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Civil Officers, &c in the County of New 'London* 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. William Hilihoufe, efq. chief judge. 

William Noyes, eiq. Benjamin Coit, efq. 

Charles Phelps, efq. | Marvii* Wait, efq. 

Winthrop Saltonftal), efq. cleik. 

Jujliccs of Pcant* 



Timothy Green, 
Jofhua Coit, 
Grifwold Avery, 
Jofeph Harris, 
Thomas Shaw, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Simon Tracy, 
Elijah Backus, 
Criftopher Leffingwell, 
Samuel Tracy, 
Rufus Lathrop, 
Samuel Leffingwell, 
Jonathan Huntington, 
John M. Breed, 
Andrew Tracy, 
Benj. Huntington, jun. 
Samuel Mott, 
John Tyler, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
John Avery, 
Jonathan Brewfter, 
Elias Brown, 
John Williams, 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. 
William Williams, 
Jofhua Babcock, 
Elijah Palmer, 
Jofhua Prentice, 
Latham Hul', 



Ebenczer Ledyard, 
Amos Prentice, 
Thomas N. Niles, 
Thomas Avery, 
Stephen Billings, 
Charles Eldridge, jun. 
Ezra Selden, 
Richard Wait, jun. 
Seth Ely, 
Andrew Grifwold, 
Marfhfield Paribus, 
John Watrous, 
Daniel Foot, 
Elias Worth ington, 
Afa Foot, 
Jofeph Imam, jun. 
David Kilborn, 
Neh. Waterman,jun. 
Ebeneztr Hartfhorn, 
John Barker, 
Eli Hyde, 
John Perkins, 
John G. Hilihoufe, 
Henry Champion, jam. 
Benjamin Throop, 
Ezra Bifhop, 
Eli/ha Hyd«* 
Daniel Morgan, jun. 
Robe/t Allyn, 



Matthew Qrifwold, jun. 
Jofhua Raymond, efq' re; 
Jofhua Coit, efjj. fiaU attortug. 

Pra&'ifmg attorn ies . Jofhua Coit, David Wright, Jeremi- 
ah G. Brdnard, Elias Perkins, efq'rs, New-London. Ben- 



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jarnin Huntington, A fa Spalding, Jonathan Frifbie, E'ifhc 
Hyde, Roger Grifwold, Henry Huntington, Samuel Hun 
tington, 3d. William S. Hart, Matthew Backus, efquiFes, 
Norwich. Nathaniel Minor, Thomas Butler, efquires, 
Stoningtjn. EHfha Williams, Frederick Allyn, efquires, 
Grot»n. Jeremiah Halfey, Nathan Peters, efquires, Prefien 
William Townfend, Charles Bulkley, 2d. Enoch Hunting, 
ton, efq'rs, Colchejler. Matthew Grifwold, jun. Richard 
M'Curdy, David M. Jewet, efquires, Lyme. 
Jofhua Huntington, efq. fheriff. 
Deputy -Sheriffs. William Richards, New-London, Bela 
Peck, Noriviib. Elijah Bingham, Lyme. Ephraim Wil 
liams, Stoninfton. Afa Worthington, Mentville. 

Goalers. Ebenezer Dougla*, New-London. Seth Mi 
ner, Norwich. 

Town-Clerks. Mr. John Owen, New-London. Benja- 
min Huntington, jun. efq. Norwich. Col. David F. Sill, 
Lyme* Charles Eldridge, jun. efq. Groton. Peleg Chefe- 
brough, efq. Stoningion. John Watrous, efq. Colchejler. 
Mr. Daniel Morgan, jun. Prejlon. Mr. John Raymond, 
Montville. Mr. Hezekiah Burn ham, Lijhon. Mr. Ebe- 
nezer Backus, Bozra. Eli Hyde, ef q. Franklin. 

Civil Officers, &c. in the County of FairfeU. 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. Jofcph Piatt Cook, efq. chief judge. 

John Chandler, efq. I Philip Burr Bradley, efq. 

Lemuel Sandford, efq. J ThadJeus Burr, efq. 

David Burr, efq. clerk. 

JuJilceS of Peace 



Robert Fairchild, 
Daniel Judfon, 
Robert Walker, 
Abijah M*Ewen, 
Daniel Fairchild, 
Abraham Brinfcnade* 
Abijah Stirling, 
David Wells, 
Daniel Morfe, 
Jofeph Strong, 
Samuel Squire, 
Andrew Rowland, 



Ebenezer JeflTup, 
George Burr, 
Thaddeus Betts, 
Eliphalet Lock wood, 
Matthew Mead, 
Samuel C. Silliman, 
John Davenport, jun. 
Chailes Webb, 
Reuben Scofield, 
John Mead, 
Amos Mead, 
Jabez Fitch, 



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John M'Kay, 

Benjamin Mead,- 

John Benedict, 

Daniel Cooley, 

Eli Mygatt, 

Daniel Taylor, 

Thai Bcltedilt, D anbury 

Thomas Taylor, 

Nehemiah Beardfley, 

James Potter, 

Z cchcus Towner,. 

Alexander Stewart, 

John Beach, 

Jabca Bctsford, 

Wi.liam lulmunds, 



XJenry l'eck, 

Stephen Betty, 
T had. Benedict, Reading, 
Samuel Wakentan, 
Daniel Duncan, 
Timo Kuggles, 
Aaur Judfou, 
Eiima Mills, 
Daniel Bennet, 
E,)hraim Huhbell, t 

Jofeph Smith, 
John Sherwood, 
James Clark, 
Dudley Baldwin, 
Philip Nichols, 



(efquires 
Vacant, fate attorney* 

Pracljfwg attomi s. Jonathan Stur^es, Andrew Row 
land, Dadley Baldwin, Jofeph Noyes, David Burr, Lewis 
Bufr Sturges, efquires, Fairfiell. Thomas Fitch, Tay- 
lar Sherman, efquires, N„r>walk. Thaddtus Benedict, Sa 
muel S. Smith, efquires, Readii.g. John Divenport, efq. 
Stamford* William Edmund, Nehemiah Strong, efq'i s, 
Newtown. Eliiha Whitileftv, efq. Da*. fairy* Willis m 
A« Thompfon, efq. Gre.c.iivib. Jofeph Walker, Ro- 
bert C Johnfon, efq'rs, Stratford, Ifaac Mills, efq. Hun- 
tlhgton* Samuel Burr Sherwood, tfc. U^fon. 
\ ' Elijah Abel, efq. Jbjriffi 

Deputy Jhe rip. David Malchie, Matthew Reed, Za- 
chariah Lyon, Aaron Morehoufe, Amos Huyt, David 
Beers. 

Gualers. Jeffs Renediel, Frederick J. Whiting. 

Town e'erks. Nathan BnlkLy, efq. Fairfield Robert 
FairchilJ, efq. Stratfjrd.' Mr. .Samuel Giuinmond, Nor- 
walk. Mr. John Hayt, jun. Starrfrd. Ja.bts Fitch, efq. 
Greenwich. Mr. Benjamin Smith, Hh*gfitld. Mr. Major 
Taylor, Dai.barp Mr. Amos Hlibbtl, New FairftJi 
Caleb B.t!iwin, efq. Newtown. Leraud San ford, efq. 
Reading. Mr. Nathun Wheeler, Wfoi. Mr. Slxlha Miiis, 
Hu,iti>gion. Mr. Aihbel Rugbies, jua. Brookfelh 



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ijmm wmuaa mamuaKM 





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Civil Otfuers, &c. in t 


le County of Wtndbam. 




Jnlges of the 


County Court. 




Hon. William Willia 


ms, efq. chief judges 




Ebenezer Devotion, efq. 


J Thomas Grofvcnor, efq . 




Conftant Southworth, efq 


. I James Gordon, efq. 




Samuel Gray, efq. clerk. 




'Jujl'ues of Peace. 




Jedidiah Elderkm, 


Experience Storrs, 




Hezekiah Manning, 


Jetfe Williams, 




Hezekiah Ripley, 


Samuel Thoupfon, 




Jonathan Trumbull) 


Eliftu Childs, 




John Clark, 


Jedidiah Morfe, 




James Pineo, k 


Nathaniel Marcey, 




Elkanah Tifdale, 


Benjamin Sumner, 




Peleg Thomas, 


Benjamin Clark, 




Jeremiah Mafon, 


Ifaac Perkinf, 




Afahcl Clark, 


Simeon Smith, 




James Bradford, 


Sampfon Howe, 




Eiifha Perkins, 


Simon Learned, 




William Dixfm, 


Jafon Phips, 




Andrew Backus., 


Thomas Dyke, 




John Oouglafs, 


Jofeph Baker, 


i 


Jofhna Dunlap, 


Ebenezer M^fely, 


H 


David Payne, 


Ilaac Bennett, 


l 


Shere^hh Butt, 


Jofeph Scarborough, 


I 


A fa Witter, 


Zephaniah Swift, ; 




Daniel Frofr, 


Eliafhib Adams, 




Allen Campbell, 


Eleazer MorTitt, 




foteph Wylie, 


James Deaif >n, 




Robert Dixfon, 


Daniel Tilden, 




Samuel Crafr, 


John Gifton, 




John Williams 


Tim ->thy Larrabee, 




Jahn SaHer, 


Moles Cleaveland, 




(efquires 




Timothy Larrabee 


, zCq.Jlatcattornry. 




TPratt'ftng aUor>ues. Timo 


thy Larrabee, Jahez Clark, 




Zcphaniah Swift, Thomas 


Badger, Lebbeus Larrabee, 




efquires, Windham. Elkar 


ah Tifdale, Era (his Clark, 




efquires, Lebanon. E!i:ha P 41 


'ne, M'>'fes Cleveland, cfq'rs, 




Canterbury. Johl Pari In, t 


Hj. Brook'yn. David Biflfll,! 




efq. Powfret. John McClel 


Ian, efq. Wco-iflock. 1 



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Shubael Abbe, eiq. Jhcnjf. i 

Dijtuty-Jbtriffs. Henry Webb, Phineas Abbe, Wind- 

hxm, Lemuel Dorrance, Volnntotvn. EleazerConant.iWd*/* 

fijj. Bur nh a m, Apt foul. Holmes, Wooijlcck. 

Walter Hough, Canterbury, 

Phineas Abbe, Goaler, 
Town-cLris, Hezekiah Ripley, efq. Windham. Wil- 
liam Williams, efq. L.bjnon. Conftant Southworth, efq. 
Minefield. Mr. Jofias Roy\c$, At/bforJ. Mr- Jed. Morfe, 
Woodftock. Mr. Jonah Sahi.n, Pomfret, Seth Payne, efq. 
Broohvn. Mr. Jicob DrefTer, Thsmfon. Sampfbn Howe, 
efq- Killing y, Mr. Benjamin Dow, Volmtoivn. Mr. Wil- 
iam Robinl'on, PLi'mfiJl, Mi". Walter Hough, Canterbu- 
J t Mr. Thomas Stedman, Hampton, 

Civil OSjers, &c. ia the County of Litchfield* 

"Judges of the County Court, 

Hon. Daniel Sherman, efq. chief judge. 

Jofhua Porter, efq. [ Heman Swift, efq. 

Jedidiah Strong, efq. j Aaron Auftin, efq. 

Ifaac !3aldwin, efq. clerk. 

Jttflices of Peace 



Daniel Sherman, 
Ifaac Baldwin, 
Divid Welch, 
Reuben Smith, 
Abraham frradiey, 
Tapping Reeve, 
James Morrifs, 
David Hurd, 
Hezekiah Thompfon, 
Benjamin Hinmjin, 
Abel Hine, 
Shermin Boardman, 
Daniel Everi*-, 
Nathan Elliott, 
Jethro Hatch, 
Jedidiah Hubbel, 
Daniel Grifwold, 
David Downs, 
Ifaac Pards, 
Lott Norton, 



Adonijah Strong, 
Charles Burrall, 
Samuel Forbs, 
Nuhan Hale, 
Giles Pettibone, 
Du.iley Humphrey, 
Samuel Nafh, 
Afaph Hall, 
Eli(ha Sill, 
Judah Kellogg, 
John Pierce, 
Edward Rogers, 
Julius Sacket, 
Daniel N. Brinfmade, 
John WhittUfey, 
Oliver Parmely, 
David Ambler, 
Thomas Matthew?, 
Thomas Fenn, 
David Smith, 



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Daniel Potter, 
Daniel Catlin, jun. 
Mark Priiulle, 
Epaphras Sheiden, 
Shubaei Giifwold, 
Seth Smith, 
Eliphaz Alverd, 
Elijah Rockwell,, 
Joieph Wilder, 



Eleazer EnfigH, 
Uriel Holmes, 
Elilha Smith, 
Samuel Lee, 
Nathaniel Swift, 
Samuel Canfield, 
Auguftin Taylor, 
Eli Curtifs, 
Adino Hale, efquires. 



» . - — / 

Tapping Reeve,, efq. (late attorney. 
Pra&'rfing atternirs. Tapping Reeve, Uriah Tracy,. 
E'phrarim Kirby, Iuac B^lduin, jun. John Allen, Samuel 
.Vlaril), efquires, Litcbfult. Hezekiah Thompfon, Nathan 
Prefton, Nathaniel Smith, efquires, TVoodb.try. Edward 
Hinman, Benjamin Stiles, jun. efquires, Southlury. Danitl 
Everitt, Samuel Boftwick, Nicholas S. Mailers, efquires, 
Netv-Milford.. Judfon Ganfield, John C Smith, efquires, 
Sharon. Aaonijah Strong, John Bird, Daniel Canfieid, 
fquires, Saijbury. Samuel Elmer, el q. Carman. Dudley 
Humphry, efq. Norfolk. Thomas R> Gold, efq. GJbia* 
Uriah H >lmes, efq. Nezi-Hariford. E'i Curtils, efq. W*~ 
tertown. Daniel N. Biinfmade, efq- V/afbi gton. 
Lynde L'>rd, efq. fl;rijf. 
Dtpu!yjijeriff>. Alexander Catlio, Lynde Lord, jun. 
Litchfield. Amos Clark, BttU m. DuVid Whittlefey, £^ A 
hngton. Ebenezer Baldwin, Neiu-Mllford. James John- 
ion, Saltjbury. Tryal Tanner, Cornwall. 
Zebulon Taylou, gialer. 
Town darks* Jedidiah 'Strong, efq. LuchJlJJ. Mr. 
Nathan Preiton, Woodbury. Mr. Increaic Mofeley, 
Svulhbury Mr.. Mofes Hiwlcy, Beth Urn. Mr. Elifhi 
jBoftwick, NeivMilford. Jedidiah Huhbel, efq. Ketf. 
-[D.iniel G, ifwold, efq. Sharon. Mr. Afa Hutchinfon, Sa- 
ifjbary. Mr. Benajth Douglafs, Canaan. Dudley Hum- 
phrey, efq. Norfolk. Mr. Jofeph Rockwell, Col. brock. 
Elcazer Enfign, efq. Hartland. Mr. Ifrael Jones, jun. 
BarkbemjlcJ. Mr. IfaacLoomifs, Neiv Hartford. Daniel 
Catlin, jun. efq. Harivinton. Epaphras Sheiden, efq.S 
Turrhgtor.. Samuel Nafh, efq. Gfi.n. Mr. Jofeph A.j 
Wright, WattrtoiVv. Daniel N. Brinfmade, efq. W-jhA 
legion. Ju lah Kellogg, efq. Cornwall. Eliphaz Alverd, 
eiq. Wincbefler. \ 



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Civil Officers, &c. in the County of Middle/ex. 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. William Hart, efq. chief judge. 

John Dukinfon, efq. j Ebenezer White, efq. 

Hezekiah Brainerd, efq, | Hezekiah Lane, efq. 

Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq. clerk. 

Jujlices of Peace 



Matthew Talcott, 
Nathaniel Chauncey, 
Philip Mortimer, 
Elijah Tredway, 
Comfort Sage, 
Ifaac Miller, 
Afher Miller, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Jofeph Brooks, 
Nehemiah Brainerd, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainerd, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Jedidiah Chapman, 
Samuel Tulley, 
George Elliott, 
Job Wright, 
Abraham Pierfon, 
Martin Lord, 



Jabez Chapman, 
Timothy Gates, 
Ifrael Spencer, 
John Perceval, 
David Sage, 
Jofeph Dart, 
John Clark, 
Jonathan Penfielo 1 , 
Samuel W. Dana, 
William Morgan, 
Ifaac Spencer, jun. 
Benjamin Williams, 
Amos Churchill, 
Ifaac Gridley, 
Thomas Silliman, 
Bsnj. Parmely, 
Hezekiah Goodrich, 
Thomas Mofeley, 
Jonathan Lay* efquires. 



Afher Miller, efq. fate attorney 
PraSiifwg attornies. Afher Miller, Samuel W. Dana, 
Ezekiel Woodruff, Stephen T. Hofmer, Matthew T. Ruf- 
fell, William Brown, Jofhua Henfhaw, William Pltimbe^ 
efq'rs, Middletotvn, Jonathan O. Mofeley, Daniel Chap- 
man, Jared Spencer, Daniel Lyon, efquires, Eaji-Had- 
dam, Theodore D wight, efq. Hdddam* 

William W. Parfons, efq. fieri 'f. 
Deputy fierijfs. Samuel Canfield, Zachariah Chapman, 
Nathan Wilcox, Bryan Parmely- 

Daniel Smith, goaler. 
Toivn-clerks. Mr. Bezalcel Fiik, MiJdletotvn. Jona- 
than Penfield, efq. Chatham* Nehemiah Brainerd, efq 
Haddam* Timothy Gates, efq. EnfiHaddam. Samuel Tul 
ley, efq. Say Brook, Abraham Pierfon, efq. Ktllirgivorth 



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Civil Officers, &c. in the County of TolLnd. 

Judges of the Caunty Cjirt. 

Hon. Samuel Gilbert, efq. chief judge. 

Jeremiah Ripley, efq. I Solomon Wills, eft}. 

Reuben Sikes, efq. j John Phslps, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, jun. efq. cletk. 

Jujii£es of Peace. 



Eiihu Marvin, 
Benjamin Buell, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Thomas Pitkin, 
Ifaac Pinney, 
Ifaac Foot, 
JefTc Cady, 
Solomon Wales, 
Jojin Seflions, 
Samuel Dunton, 
Timothy Dutton, 
Elijah Johnfon, efquires. 
efq. Jlate attorney. 
Vra&'ifivg attomhs. Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. Hebron. S, 
Whittlefcy, Jonathan Barnes, efquires, Tolland. £ lias Bu- 
ll, efq. Coventry. 

Elijah Chapman, jun. etq.fierfff. 
Deputy -fher iff s. Eber Rofcinfon, Holland. JohnGilbert, 
Hebron. Jefle Convers, Stafford. 

Ebenezer Spencer, goahr. 
Toivn ohrhs. Mr. Benoni Sheppard, Tcllmd. Mr. John 
Hale, Coventry. Sylvefter Gilbert, efq- Htbron. Elija^r 
White, efq. Bolton* Matthew Hide, efq. Ellington. Mr. 
Zerah Kibbee, Somers. Mr. Samuel Blodget, Stafford*] 
Mr. Elijah Holt, Willington. Mr. — r— Lawfon, Union. \ 



Samuel Gilbert, 
Samuel Chapman, 
Jeremiah Weft, 
Samuel Carver, 
Ichabod Warner, 
Elijah White, 
Ephraim Root, 
Abraham Burnap, 
Ephraim Kingfbury, 
Daniel Elfworth, 
Matthew Hyde, 
ETijih Kellogg, 

Sylvefter Gilbert, 



Courts of Probate in the State of Connecticut. 

Diftrict of J Jonathan Bull, efq. judge. 
Hartford, \ Mr. John Bull, clerk. 

C John Treadwell, efq. judge. 

\ Mr. Martin Bull, clerk. 

CNoah Phelps, efq. judge. 

£Mr. Amherft Phelps, clerk. - 



Farmingtonj 
Simfbury, 



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Eaft-mndfor, 

New-Haven, 

Waterbury, 

Wallingford, 

Guilford^ 

New -London % 

Norwich) 

Stamngt on t 

Fairfie'd) 

StanforJ 9 

D anbury 9 

Stratford, 

Windham , 

Pontfret, 

Plainfieldi 

Litchfield, 

Sharon, 

New-Milford, 

Woodbury, 

Norfolk, 



CEralius Woicott, jun. clq. judge, 

c Samuel Billiop, efq. judge, 
I Jofeph W. Whiting, efq. clerks 
C Jofeph Hopkins, efq. judge, 
I Mr. Jefle Hopkins, clerk. 
5 Oliver Stanley, efq. judge, 
| Mr. Hun Munfon, clerk. 
C Edward RufTell, efq. judge, 
I Col. John Elliott, clerk. 
i William Hillhoufe, efq. judge, 
I Jofhua Coit,efq- clerk. ; 
(Andrew Huntington, efq. judge, 
(Mr. Zechariah Huntington, clerk. 
(Charles Phelps, efq. j udge, 
(Mr. John Denifon, 3d, clerk. 
(Jonathan Stnrges, efq. judge, 
(Mr. Lewis Burr Sturges, clerk. 
(John Davenport, jun. efq. judge. 

(Jofeph Piatt Cook, efq. judge, 
(Mr. Jofeph Piatt Cook, jun. clerk. 
(Robert Fairchild, efq. judge, 
(Robert Walker, efq- clerk. 
(William Williams, efq. judge, 
(Mr. Thomas Williams, clerk. 
(Thomas Grofvenor, efq. judge, 
(Mr. Lemuel Grofvenor, clerk. 
(John Douglafs, efq. judge, 
(Junes Gordon, efq. clerk. 
(Oliver Woicott, efq. judge, 
(Mr. Frederick Wolcott, clerk. 
(Jofhua Porter, efq. judge, 
(Mr. Auguftus Porter, clerk. 
(Daniel Everett, efq. judge, 

(Daniel Sherman, efq. judge, 
(Mr. Daniel Sherman, jun. clerk. 
(Giles Pettibone, efq judge, 
(Mr. Dudley Humphrey, clerk. 



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■ra'jji , ( Afher Miller, efq. judge, 

Eaft-Hadd<m, ("»ac Spencer, jnn. efq. judge, 
J ' (Mr. Jared Spencer, clerk. 

Say-Brook, tf™}?^™' , ef ?' iudg£ ' 
J ' (Mr. Dan Lane, clerk. 

Stafford ^ IfaaC Pinne y> efc l- ) lld g e > 

»*Jtotf, (John Phelps, efq. clerk. 

mhrcn (Samuel Gilbert, efq. judge, 

tiebron, (Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. ckrk. 

CORPORATIONS 

City of New-Haven. 
Hon. Roger Sherman, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Samuel Bifhop, efq. I Timothy Jones, efq. 
David Auftin, e(q. | Henry Daggett, efq. 
Capt. John R. Throop, ) *.„:*% 
Ca.pt. Peter Woodward, ) Uicrlll!> • 
Simeon Baldwin, efq. city clerk. 
Their annual meeting the firft Tuefday in June* 



City if New-London. 
Hon. Richard Law, efq. chief judge. 
Aldermen. 
Marvin Wait, efq. | Edward Hallam, efq. 

Amafa Learned, efq. [ William Stewart, efq. 
David Wright, efq. clerk of city court. 
Maj. Willi am Ricfcards,) (u^-ol 
Mr. JoAua Hempfred, ) IhenttS * 
Mr. John Owen, city clerk. 
Mr. Guy Richards, city treafurer. 
Their annual mee t i ng tne fecond Monday in June. 

City of Hartford. 
Thomas Seymour, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Samuel Wyllys, efq. 1 Barnabas Deane, efq. 
Jonathan Bull, efq. | sjohn Caldwell, efq. 
William Adams, efq. clerk. 
Mr. James Welles, ) ^.^ 

Mr. Daniel Skinner, jun.) 
Their annual meeting the laft Monday in March. 



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City of Middlesex. 
Hon. Jabez Hamlin, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Afher MiHer, efq. I George Phillips, efq. 
Elijah Hubbard, efq. | Elihu Starr, efq. 
Mr. Robert Warner, ) - . ff 
Mr. Samuel Canfield,) meiins ' 
Mr. William Brown, city clerk. 
Their annual .meeting the third Monday in January. 

City of Norwich. 

Hon. Benjamin Huntington, efq. mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Eliflia Hyde, efq. | Chriffco. Leffingwell, efq. 

Ephraim Bill, efq. | Jona. Huntington, efq. 

Mr. Ebenezer Buflinell, ) « .^ 

Mr. Hezekiah Williams,) !fier ^* 



Notaries Public 
Hartford, Enoch Perkins, efq. 
Neiv- Haven, Elizur Goodrich, efq. 
■JS/eiv-Londj/iy Jofhua Coit, efq. 
Norivkh, Samuel Huntington, 3d, efq. 
Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges,efq. 
Middldtoivn, Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq. 



The Gentlemen nominated by the Votes of the freemen of this 
State , toftandfor Eletlion, as Afff.ants or Me?nbers of 
Council, in May next, as fent to the General Ajfembly, in\ 
OBoher, 1790, are as follow, vix. 

His Excellency Samuel Huntington, efq 
Honorable Oliver Wolcott, efq. 



Hon. William Williams, 
Jofeph Piatt Cook, 
Stephen M. Mitchell, 
William Hiilhoufe, 
John Tread well, 
John Che Iter, 
James Hiilhoufe, 
James Davenport, 
Roger Newbury, 
Heman Swift, 
John Chandler, efq'rs. 



Tapping Reeve, 

Amafa Learned, 
Pierpont Edwards, 
Thomas G.ofvenor, 
Benjamin Huntington, 
James Wadfworth, 
Jona. IngerfolJ, efq^rs- 



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A lift of the Hon, H&ttfe cf Rep refen ta fives, chofen in September, 
1790 j who are to continue fuch to the fecond Thurfday of 
May, 1791. i 

HARTFORD, Mr. Tho's Seymour, (chofen Speaker) 
Mr. Jonathan Bull. 

Berlin, Mr. Gad Stanley, Mr. Selah Hart. 

Briftol, Mr. Daniel Barns. 

E aft -Hartford, Mr. Jonathan Wells, Mr.Eliftia Pitkin. 

E aft Windfor , Mr. Lemuel Stoughton, Mr. Rofweli Grant. 

Enfield, Mr. Ifaac Kibbe, Mr. Daniel Perkins. 

Farmington, Mr. Noadiah Hooker, Mr. Ithabod Norton. 

Glaftenbury, Mr. Jofeph Moftley, Mr. Howell WoooVbridge. 

Granby, Mr. Ozias Pettibone. 

Southington, Mr. Timothy Clark, Mr. Afa Barns. 

Sujfield, Mr. Afahcl Hatheway, Mr. Amos Grainger. 

Simfbury, Mr. Daniel Humphry, Mr. Jona. Pettibone. 

Wethersfteld, Mr. Samuel W. Williams, Mr. Roger Wells. 

Windfor, Mr. Hezekiah Bifieil, Mr. Oliver Mather. 
1 New-Haven, Mr. Pierpont Edwards, Mr. Jona. Ingerfoll 
Branford, Mr. Edward Ruflell, Mr. William Gould. 
Chefhire, Mr. Andrew Hull, Mr. Kraei Bunnel. 
Derby , Mr. Thomas Clark, Mr. John Woofter. 
Durham, Mr. Simeon Parfons, Mr. Dan Parmele. 
E aft -Haven, Mr. Jofiah Bradley. 
Guilford, Mr. Andrew Ward, Mr. John Elliot. 
Hamden, Mr. Simeon Brift ">1. 

Milford, Mr. Gideon Buckingham, Mr. Charles Pond. 
North-Haven, Mr. Joel Blakeflee. 
Wallingford, Mr. Jared Potter, Mr. Samuel Hall. 
JVaterbury, Mr. Jofeph Hopkins, Mr. John Welton. 
Woodbridge, Mr. Samuel Ofborn, Mr. David French. 
Mew-London, Mr. Amafa Learned, Mr. Marvin Wait. 
Norwich, Mr. Elifha Hyde, Mr. Chriftopher Leffingwett. 
Boz.rah, Mr. Nehemiah Waterman. 
Colchefter, Mr. Henry Champion, jun. Mr. Eliph. Bulkley. 
Frank litt, Mr. Eli Hyde. 

Groton, Mr. Nathaniel Niles, Mr. Amos Geer. 
Lifbon, Mr. Ezra Bifhop. 

Lyme, Mr. Matthew Grifwold, jun, Mr. Samuel Mather. 
Montville, Mr. Jofhua Raymond* 
Prefton, Mr. Ifaac Avery, Mr. Nathaniel Lord. 
Sunington, Mr. Jonathan Palmer, Mr. Elias S. Palmer. 



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,Fairfield, Mr. Elijah Abel, Mr. David Burr. 
'Brookfield, Mr. Jofeph Smith. 
■Danbury, Mr. Eli Mygatt, Mr. James Clark. 
[Greenwich, Mr. John Mackay, Mr. Amos Mead. 
\ Huntington, Mr. Elijah Curtifs, Mr. Beach Tomlinfon. 
*Neiu Fairfield, Mr. Gideon Alien, Mr. James Potter. 
1 Newtown, Mr. John Beach, Mr. William Edmond. 
'Norwalk, Mr. Job Bartram, Mr. Eliphalet Lockwood. 
[Reading, Mr. Thaddeus BennedicT:, Mr. Andrew L. Hill 
'Ridgfield, Mr. Philip B. Bradley, Mr. Jortiua King. 
^Stamford, Mr. John Davenport, Mr. Benjamin Scofield. 
Stratford, Mr. Jabez H. Tomlinfon, Mr. Sam'l W»Johnfon. 
Weflon, Mr. Samuel Wakeman. 

I Windham, Mr. Zephaniah Swift, (ebofen Ajjifiant Clerk) 
Mr. Hezekiah Ripley. 
Ajhford, Mr* Samuel Spring, Mr. Simeon Smith. 
'Brooklyn, Mr. Seth Payne. 
Canterbury, Mr. Mofes Cleavland, Mr. Afa Witter. 
^Hampton, Mr. Jonathan Kingfbury. 
K Killingiy , Mr. Sampfon Howe, Mr. Zadock Spalding. 
[Lebanon, Mr. Peleg Thomas, Mr. Elkanah Tifdale. 
Mansfield, Mr. Conftant Southworth, Mr. Jefle Williams 
'PUinfield, Mr. Jonathan Hammit, Mr. Ebenezer Eaton. 
Pomfret, Mr. Jofiah Sabin, Mr. Samuel Crafts. 
■.Tbomfon, Mr. William Dwight. 

\Voluntown, Mr. Benjamin Dow, Mr. Mofes Campbell. 
^Wotdftock, Mr. Nehemiah Childs, Mr. Jefle Bolles. 
jLitch field, Mr. Uriah Tracy, (cbefen Clerk) 
i Mr. Julius Demlng. 

^Bethlem, Mr. David Ambler. 
Canaan, Mr. Samuel Forbes, Mr. Charles Burral. 
[Cornwall, Mr. John Sedgwick, Mr. Ebenezer Jackfon. 
Oojben, Mr. Adin© Hale, Mr. Ebenezer Norton. 
\Hartland, Mr. Uriel Holmes, Mr. Eleazer Enfign. 
\Haruointon, Mr. Jofiah Phelps, Mr. Abner Wilfon. 
\Kent, Mr. Nathan Elliott. 

\ New -Hartford, Mr. Aaron Auftin, Mr. Joli ah Moore. 
\New-Milford, Mr. Sherman Boardman, Mr. Jofiah Starr.' 
Norfolk, Mr. Dudley Humphry, Mr. Michael Mills. 
Salijbury, Mr. Hezekiah Fitch, Mr. Jortiua Porter. 
Sharon, Mr. Auguftin Taylor, Mr* Phineas Smith. 
Soutbbury, Mr. Benjamin Hinman. 
fTdrrington, Mr. Elirtia Smith, Mr. Eliphalet Eno. 



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Warren , Mr. Nathaniel Swift. 

fVaJhington, Mr. Jonathan Farrand, Mr. John Whittlefey. 

rVatertowrt, Mr. Thomas Fenn, Mr. David Smith. 

Winchefter, Mr. Eliphaz Alvord. 

Woodbury , Mr. Daniel Sherman, Mr. Nathaniel Smith. 

Middletown, Mr. Elijah Hubbard, Mr. Amer Miller. 

Chatham, Mr. Hezekiah Goodrich, Mr, James Bill. 

Eajl-Haddam, Mr. Jabez Chapman, Mr. Eliph. Holmes. 

Haddam, Mr. David Brainard, Mr. Nehemiah Brainard. 

Killmgvuorth, Mr. Jofeph Wilcox, Mr. Hezekiah Lane. 

Say -Brook, Mr. William Hart, Mr. William Worthington. 

Tolland, Mr. Solomon W 7 illes, Mr. Samuel Ladd. 

Bolton, Mr. Samuel Carver, Mr. David Taylor. 

Coventry, Mr. Jeremiah Ripley, Mr. Ephraim Ringfbury. 

Ellington, Mr. Matthew Hyde. 

Hebron, Mr. Samuel Gilbert, Mr. Daniel Ingraham. 

Somers, Mr. Jofhua Pomeroy, Mr. Abiel Peafe. 

Stafford, Mr- Howard Moulton, Mr. Nathan John fon. 

Union, Mr. John Sefiions. 

Willington, Mr* Samuel Dunton, Mr. John Sibley. 



COLLECTORS off ate taxes for the ft ate of Connecticut, 
for the year 1790. 






Afford, 


Jabez Webb, 


Bolton , 


John Howard. 


Branford, 


Ephraim Parrifh, 


Brifd, 


Jacob Bartholomew, 


Berlin, 


Jonathan Belden f 


Bozrab, 


JefTe Abel, 


Brooklyne, 


Peter Pike, 


Bethlem, 


Amos Clark, 


Brookfeldf 


Elijah Starr, 


Coventry , 


Benjamin Houfe, 


Canterbury, 


Stephen Butt, 


Canaan, 


Elijah Holcofub, 


G bat ham, 


Jonathan Bowers, 


Cortnueli, 


JofcpJi Barce* 


Cokbefer^ 


Nathaniel Otis, 


Chefbire, 


Andrew Hull, jun. 


Durham, 


John Johnfon, jun. 


Danbury % 


Comfort Hoir,jun. 


Derby, 


Sheldon Curtifs, 



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Eafl-Windfor , 



Eujl-Haddam, John Arnold, 

f ftraftus Wolcott. *1 
Lemuel Stoughton, f 
Amafa Lomis, C 

t William Grant, J 
Eficld,- Nehemiah Chandler, 
Eaft- Hartford, Nathan Merrow, 
Ellington, Gurdon Elifworth, 
EjJ}-HavBn r Samuel Gbodfell, 
Eairf.ld\ , IfraelBibbins, 
Farn.ingion, John Mix, 
Frar,klin r Ebenezer Hartftiom, jisn. 
Greenwich^ Thomas Hobby, 
Groton, William A. Morgan, 
GhJJcnbury y Jofeph Hale, jun. 
Gu.lfrd r Timothy Field, 
Gojben, Adino Hale, 
Granby, Daniel Holcomb, 
Hartford, John Dodd, 
Hebron , John Gilbert, 
Haddam, Porter Brooks,. 
Hurivinton, Charles- Prindle, 
Hartland t Prince Taylor, jun.- 
Hamden, George A. Briftol, 
Hampton, Thomas Grow, jun» 
Huntington, Andrew Shelton, 
Killingly, Thomas Day, 
KiUingivortb r Abner Graves, 
Kent, Timothy St. Johfi, 
Lcbanon r EHfha Hutchinfon, 
Litchfield, Ozias Lewis, 
Lyme, lit muel Lee, 
Lijbon, Levi Perkins, 
M\lford\ Thaddeus Nettleto% 
M'iddl town 9 Jofhua Stow, 
Mansfield, - Skiff Freeman, jun.- 
Montville, Atwell Chape), 
New- Haven, Samuel Punderfon* 
North- Ha<ven y Joel Blakeflee, 
Neiv-Milford, Jofiah Starr, 
New - Hartford ,Mofes Douglifs, 



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A e iv -London , Richard Douglafs, id. 

Nor-whh, Ebenezer Bufhnell, 

Noriualk, Stephen Lock wood, 
New- Fairfield, Gideon Beardfley, jun.. 

Ngrvtoivn, Luther Harris, 

Norfolk, Giles Pettibone, jdR. 

' PUinjielly Phineas Pierce, 

Frejlon, Nathan Herrick, 

Pomfret, Lemuel GrofvenoFj 

Mending, Aaron Morehoufe, 

Midg field', JafperMead, 

Sto»ir>gton, Benadam Williams,, 

Symjbury, Mofes Cafe, 

Suffield, Ej in u Ken t , jun.. 

Sail/bur) r, Stephen Read, 

Stratford, Jofeph Curtifs, jun.. 

Stafford, John Holmes, 

Say- S rook ,^ Jacob Chalker, 

Stanford, John Hoit, jun. Efq^ 

Sharon, Paul Smith, 

SomerS, Jofeph D wight, 

Souil'trigioti) Seth Lewis,. 

Sou-lhbury, Silas Hicock, 

Holland, Jedtithun Cobb,, 

Torringiotiy Timothy Lomisj. 

Yhompjon, Noadi'h RulTeli, jun.. 

Union, Edward Fbfter, 

Volnntoivn, Thomas Gordon, 

Wether field,. Unni Robins, 

Windham, Ralph Ripley,. 

Waterbury, Ethel: Bronfon, 

Walli'gfordy Samuel Hall, 3d. 

Windfor, AOabel Eno, 

Wood/lock, JDuvid Holmes,. 

Willington, Noah Pomeroy, 

Woodbu*y> Garwood Hinman Cunningham,, 

Wajhrgtoriy Jt>hn Piatt, 

Watertoivn, Elijah Woodward,, 

Wincle/ier, tfta* Kills, 
Woodbridgty Nathaniel Tuttle* 

War, ■&,. ' Ward Eldred, 

Wejiony Nathan Wheel en 



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YALE-COLLEGE, 

In Neiv-Haven } founded A. D. i;oo. 

President. 

Rev. Ezra Stiles, D. D. and LL.Ifc 

Fellows. 

The Reverend 



KJiphalet Williams, IX D 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
E ! izur Goodrich, D. D. 
Samuel Lock wood, 
Timothy Pitkin, 



Enoch Huntington,, 
Jofiah Whitney^ 
Bivid Ely, 
Nathan Williams* 
Hezekiah Ripley. 



Rev. Samuel Wales, D". D. ProfefFor of Divinity. 
Rev. Prelident Stiles, Profefl^r of ecclefiaftical Hiftory. 
Hon. James Hnllhoufe,. elq. Treafnrer. 
Tutors. 
E'.Senezer Fitch, A. M. Senior Tutor and Librarian 
Amos Baffett, A. M. 
E >enezer Gay, A. M. 
Mr. Jeremiah Atwater,. Steward. 
Benjamin Trumbull, A. B Butler. 
Commencement fecond Wednefday in September, 
Vacations : £rom Commencement, fix weeks ; from 
the feeond Tuefday in January^ three weeks; from the 
6th May y three weeks. 

Mkt'tjierS and Churches y in tie State ef CONNECTICUT' 
County of Hartford 



Hartford. 
Rev. Nathan S-trong* 
Vacant, 
Nathan Perkins. 

Berth. 
John Sm alley,. 
Btnoni Upfm, 
Nathan Fenn. 
Brijich 
Vacant, 
Jonathan Miller. 

Ejjt-Hartfird. 
Etiphalet Williams, D.D. 



Rev. Benaja^ Phelps. 
Eajl-Windfor. 
D ivid Macclure, 
Thomas Pot wine. 

Enfield. 
Nehemiah Pruddsn. 

Farmington. 
Allen Olcott, 
Rufns Hjwley. 

GLiJieiiburJ* 
John Eel is, 
James Eells. 

Gran by. 



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Rev. Ifrael Holly. 


Rev. Ambrofe Todd, £. i 


Southington. 


JVethif SJieH. 


William Robinfon, 


John Marfti, 


Alexander Gillet. 


Jofhua Belding, 


St iff or i. 


John Lewis. 


John Willard, 


Willbiglon. 


Ifaac Fofter. 


Gideon Noble. 


SuffieM. 


Winder. 


Ebenezer Gay, 


David S" Rowland, ? 
Henry A. Rowland, £ 


Vacant, 


1 John Haftings, B- 


Theodore Hinfdaie, 


Sjmjbury. 


Vacant,, 


3 Samuel Stebbins, 


Vacant. 


Jeremiah Hallock, 




County of/ 


\leiv- Haven. 


New-Haven. 


Rev. AmosFowltr, 


Rev. James Dana, D. D. 


Jonathan Todd, 


Samuel Wales, 0. D. 


Thomas W.- Bray, 


Jonathan Edwards, D.D. 


Vacant,. 


Bela Hubbard, E. 


Vacant, E. 


Vacant, 


Hamden* 


Noah WUlifton^ 


Vacan,t. 


Plurality, £. 


Milford. 


Brat ford* 


William Lockwood r 


Jafon At water. 


David Tullar,. 


Matthew Noyes, 


Vacant, E. 


' Samuel Er.lls, 


North- Haven*. 


Ambrofe Hull, M. 


Benjamin Trumbull, 


Chejbirt. 


Edward Blakflee, E* 


J<ihn Foot, 


Wallirgford. 


Reuben Ives, E~. 


James Noyes, 


Derby. 


John Willard, 


Martin Tullar, 


! Vacant, E* 


Richard Mansfield,. E- 


Vacant. 


David Brownfbn, 


} JVaterbitty. 


Abner Smith. 


Mark Leavenworth^ ! 


Durham* 


Vacant, E. \ 


Elizur Goodrich, D.D. 


Abraham Fowler, \ 


Eajl- Hav&n, 


Wo^dbr'wge. L 


Nicholas Street, 


Vacant. ■ 


Gulford.. 


Stephen Hawley. 



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j County of New- London, 


| New- London. 


Lyme* ' "^ ^ ( 


1 Rev. Henry Channing, 


Rev. Edward Porter, 


[ Samuel Seabury , D.D. Bt/b. 


Vacant, 


(cpif. ch. Connefl. 


David Higgias. 


I Bozrab. 


Aiontville. 


\ Jonathan Mnrdock. 


Rozel Cook 


1 Colcbefter. 


Norivich. 


Vacant, 


Jofeph Strong, 


Robert Robbins, 


John Tyler, E. 


j David Huntington. 


Walter King. ) 


I, Franklin, 


Prejfon. 


fl Samuel Nott. 


Lemuel Tyler, 


Groton. 


Levi Hart, 


Aaron Kinne, 


Vacant. } 


Vacant, 


Stonington. 


Timothy Wightman, E. 


Hezekiah N. Woodruff, 


Lijhon. 


Vacant, 


David Hale, 


Valentine W.RathbunjB. 


| Andrew Lee. 




i County ol 


' Fairfield. 


j 


Rev. Philo Perry, E. 


| Fairfisxd. 


Norwalk. 


Rev. Andrew Elliott, 


Matthias Burnet, 


I Hezekiah Ripley, 


Vacant, E. 


Robert Rofs, 


Vacant, 


Timo. Dwight, D. D. 


Juftus Mitch eh 


Shelton, E. 


Reading. i 


j D anbury. 


Nathaniel Bartletf> 


j Timothy Langdon, 


Vacant, E. 


Eben'r White, Sani. ' 


RiigfieU. 


I Greenwich* 


Samuel Goodrich, 


1 Robert Morris, 


Samuel Camp, 


I Iraac Lewis, 


Vaeant, E. 


1 William Seward. 


Stamford. 


1 New-Fairfieli* 


John Avery, 
Ebenezer Dibble, E* 


I - Medad Rog«rs, 


Vacant. 


Mofes Mather, ' 


J Newtown* 


John Shepherd. 14 


j Vacant. 


Stratford. . J 


J Thomas Brooks. 


Stephen W. Stebbins, 1 



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1 Rev. James Sayre, 


Huntington* 


Izrahiah Wetmore, 


Rev, David Ely, 


Weji.tu 


Abraham L. Clarke, £* 


James Johnfon, 


Elifha Rexford. 


John Noyes. 




County of 


Windham. * L 


' Windham. 


Rev. Timothy Stone, 


Rev, Stephen White, 


Thorn as 3 rock way, 


James Cogfwell, D.D. 


John Gsrley. 


Jjhford. 


Mansfield, 


Vacant, 


;"E'ijah;Crridley, 


Andrew Jiadfon, 


Mofes-.-C Welch. 


.Vacant; 


P la infield* 


Brooklyn* 


Joel Benedict. 


Jofiah Whitney, 


PomfreU 


i Daniel Fogg, is. 


Aaron Putnam, 


Canterbury* 


Walter Lyon. 


Solomon Morgan^ 


Thompfon* 


John Staples. 


Noadiah Ruflel. 


Hampton . 


VolunUivtt* 


Samuel Mofely. 


Micaiah Porter. 


Killingly* 


rVoodf.cck. 


Elifha Atkins. 


Eliphalet Lyman* 


Lebanon* 


Stepbeia Williams, 


1 Zebulon Ely, 


Jofhua Johnfon. 


County of 


LitChfeld. 


Litchfield. 


Cornwall* 


Rev. Judah Champion, 


Vacant, 


Amos- Chafe, 


Vacant. 


Afhbel Baldwin, E* 


Gfijhtn. 


Baiklxmpjled, 


Vacant. 


OziasEells, 


Hart land. 


\ Vacant. ■ 


Aaron Church, 


Bethlem* 


Nathaniel Gaylord. 


| - Vacant. 


Harivinton, 


Canaan . 


Jofhua Williams. 


J Daniel Farrand, 


Kent* 


Vacant. 


Joel Boardwell. 


1 - • Cpletroofa 


New- Hartford* 


Vacant. 


Jonathan Marfl>. 



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Nw Mi ford. 

Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, ? 
Stanley Gnfwold, y 
Vacant, E. 

Norflk. 

Airtmi R. Robbins. 

Salisbury. 
Vacant. 

Sharon, 
Cotton M. Smith. 

SwthburJ. 
Benjamin Wildraan, 
Jehu Minor. 

Torringtoru 
Vacant, 
Simuel J. Mills. 



Warren. 

Rev. Peter Starr. 

ly^fiingtofi. 

Daniel Brinfmade, ? 

Noah Mcrwin, \ 

Jeremiah Day. 

V/atcrtoxvn. 
Uriel Grid ley, 
Simeon Waterman, 
Chaoncy Pr indie, E* 

WincheJUr. 
Jofhua Knap. 

Woodbury* 
Noah Benedict, 
Thomas Can field, 
Vacant, E. 



County el 
Middle town. 
Rev. Enoch Huntington, 
Abraham Jarvis, £V 
Gerfhom Buikley, 
Vacant, 
Thomas Minor. 

EajVH.id^tm, 

Elijah Parfons, 
WilHam Lyman, 
JoTeph Vail. 

Chatham, 
Cyprian Strong* 
Lemuel Parfons, 



M'nti let ex. 

Rev. D*vid Selden, 
Plurality, E. 

Had Jam, 
'Eleazer'May. 

'Kill^zvortK 
Achilles Mansfkld, 
Henry Ely. 

Say -Brook. 
Frederick W. HotchkilV 
John Devotion, 
Richard Ely, 
Samuel Mills. 



County o: 
Tolland. 
Rev. Nathan Williams. 

Bolton. 

George Col ton, 
Ebenezer Kellogg. 

Coventry. 
Jofeph Huntington, D.D. 
Nathan Strong, 
Samuel Lock wood, D. 

Ellington, 
Vacant. 



f Holland. 

Hebron. 

Rev. Samuel Kellogg, 
Elijah Lathrop, 
David Foot, E. 

SomerS. 
Charles Backus. 

Union, 

Vacant. 

WilVingtcn, 
Gideon Noble, 
Lilybridge, S. 



Coftftitutlcn §f ibe ConneElicut Society fir the promotion of free- 
| dom, and for the relief of perjons unlawfully held in bon- 
' doge, 

IMPRESSED with a fenfe of the ineftimable worth and 
value of the excellent Confutation, Laws and Govern- 
ment of this State, and of the United States of America, 
and anxioufly defirous that every defcription of men, who 
have obtained a refidence among us, of whatever clime or 
•olour, mould quietly enjoy the freedom and happinefs, 
which the beneficent Father of the human race has kindly 
allotted to us 5 "and having with grief and abhorrence long 
beheld a considerable number of our fellow-men groaning 
under the iron hand of flavery, many of whom are intitled 
by the wife and humane laws of our country to an exemp 
t tion from this cruel bondage : And being defirous to co- 
operare in a fyftematic way with the feveral Societies which 
have been, or that may be hereafter formed in the United 
States, or elfewhere, for the purpofe of promoting the abo- 
lition of flavery 5— the fubfcribers have afibciated them- 
selves under the name and tile of— The Connecticut Society 
\for the promotion of Freedom , end for the relief of perfons un- 
lawfully bflden in bondage* 

| For effecting thefe purpofes they have adopted the follow- 
ing Constitution : 

1. The fociety (hall meet annually at New- Haven, on 
the day fuccecdlng the public Commencement of ^ale- 
College. At which meeting there mall be chofen a Prefi- 
dent, Vrcc-Prefident, Secretary and a Treafurer for the year 
enfuing. 

2. The Prefident, or in his abfence the Vlce-Prefident 
(hall prefide in all the meetings, and fubfcribe all the a&s. 
of the fociety. The Prefident, or in his abfence the Vice- 
Prefident, (hall alfo have the power of calling a fpecial 
Meeting of the fociety whenever he (hall jadge praperr— 

IA fpecial meeting of the fociety (hall HKewife be called at 
jany time when four members of the fociety (hall concur in 
irequefting it. 

3. The Secretary (hall keep the records of the proceed- 
ings of the fociety. 

( 4. The Treafurer (hall keep all the monies which (hall 



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belong to the fociety , and (hall pay all orders figned by 
the Prefident or Vice-Prefident 5 which orders fliall be his 
vouchers for his expenditures. 

5. At the faid annual meeting, the fociety (hall alfo 
choofe a Committee of Correfpondence, confuting of the 
Secretary and five members, whofe duty and bufinefs it 
mall be to correfpond with fuch perfons and Societies as 
may be neceflary to promote the views of the fociety. They 
(hall alfo be empowered to tranfact fuch other bufinefs as 
(hall occur in the recefs of the fociety, and report the fame 
to each quarterly meeting. 

6. There (hall alfo be cfeofen at the annual meeting a 
committee of eight members, to foiicit fuch donations, 
from perfons who are well affected to the defign of the in- 
ftitution, as may be neceflary to promote the views of the 
fociety, which contributions (hall be paid into the hands 
of the Treafurer from time to time at his requeft. 

7. The fociety (hall meet four times in the year, at fuch 
time and place as a majority (hall appoint. 

8. New members (hall be admitted, and all queftions 
decided by a majority of votes. In any cafe where the 
members are equally divided, the prefixing officer (hall 
have a carting vote • 

At a meeting of the Connecticut Society for the promo- 
tion of freedom, and for the relief of perfons unlawfully 
holden in bondage, holden at New- Haven on the 9th day 
of Sept. 1790.— A number of gentlemen from different 
parts of the State fabfcribed the Conftitution, and were 
admitted members, and the following officers were, cho 
fen, viz. 

The Rev, Dr. Stiles, Prefident. 

David Aujt in, efq. Vice-Present. 

Timothy Jones, efq. Treafurer. 

Simeon Baldwin, efq. Secretary. 

Elizur Goodrich) efq. *% 

Mark Lea<venxvorthy efq. I 

Dr. Ebenezer Beardjl.y, (Committee of Cor- 

Capt. William Lyon, f refpondence. 



Dr. JareJ Potter, I 

Simeon Baldwin, efq. J 



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The Rtv.' Mefiicurs 

Benjamin TrUmluJ/, "}; 

Nathan Fetm % I, 

Henry Channingy j Committee to foKcit 

Jfaac Lezuis, ^»and receive Donati- 

Timtffy Stene, ons in their respective 

Ammi R. Robblns r counties. 

Cyprian 8 trough 
Cba r hi Ba ckus, 
At. the. above meeting the following Vote was paffed : 
Voted, That the members of this fociety imhe feveral 
towns to which they refpe&ively belong, do- by themfeJves 
or a committee of their choice, enroll the names, agesantf 
poflefibrs of fuch perfons as have been born fince the ift of 
Marsh, 1784, and .who by law will be entitled to their 1 
freedom at the age of 25 years j to examine whether the 
births of fuch perfons have been recorded according to law— 
to enquire whether any perfons are illegally hoteen in bon 
.dage — alfo whether the other laws of State relative to the 
gradual abolition of flavery are duly obferved— and to look 
■into- the character and conduct of free Negroes and Mulat- 
tos with refpect to morality, induftry and economy, and 
eport to the fociety, or their ftandingcommittee. 



DISCOVERY OF NORTH-AMERICA. 

ALTHO' Columbus-was the nrft difoovererof Ameri 
ca, and ought to have had the honor of giving it his 
name, y<?t one Americus Vefputius, a native of Florence, 
who made a voyage thither fome years after Columbus, 
gave name to this vaft continent. Columbus confined 
his difcoveries chiefly to the Weft-India iflands, the gulph 
of Mexico, and the fouthem continent. 

Some years after Columbus's nrft voyage, North- America 
was explored by Sebaftian Cabot, from England, in 1497, 
who obtained a commifnon from Henry feventh, for dif 
covering, fettling, and poiTefflng heathen countries. The 
firft land he made was Nova-Scotia. 

Sir Humphry Gilbert took pofTefFion of Newfoundland 
and ,St. Lawrence in 1583, and began the nthing trade. 

The nrft fettiement of Canada was made by Montieu 
du Mont, a Frenchman, in 1606. Quebec was taken id 
1629, by fome Engliih adventurers; but was religned again; 



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|to the FrentSh, bytreaty, in 1632, and contmaed in their, 
poffei&orv tUl it was taken by the Englifti, under the com- 
mand of General Wolfe, 1758. 

Before the fetdement of Virginia or New- York, CaptJ 
Gofnold had* in 1602, explored Pifqu a ta<ju a river, theeaft-j 
ern more of New-England 5 likewife difcovered and gave 
name to Elizabeth's iftands and Martha's Vineyard. 

When King> James, in 1606, divided Virginia, by hls^ 
;letters patent, the territory between the 38th and 45th -de- 1 
'grees of latitude, was called North- Virginia. j 

I Several years afterwards, viz. in 1620, he incorporated j 
a number- of perfons by the name of the * Council eftab-' 
lilhed at Plymouth.' To this Company he made an abfo 1 
Jute grant of all thelands in America, between the 40th 
and 48th degrees of north lattude, throughout the main' 
land, from feato-fea j exceptingonly fuch lands as were| 
at that time actually pofleffed by -fome other chrrftian' 
'prince or ftate. 
\Lifi of Governors of the latt Colony of Plymouth^ 

from thefirft Settlement of New-England, in 1 62Q, till they ' 

nvere included in the Matfachufetts Charter. 
John Carver, I Edward Wintlow, I Jofiah ^Winflo w, 

William Bradford, j Thomas Prince, | Thomas Hinkley. 

During the fpace of 7 1 years, they had no more than the' 
above named fix perfons for Governors. Mr. Carver died 
the firft year after their arrival, Mr. Bradford fucceeded' 
him, and was chofen annually from 1621, until he died^ 
in 1657, except in 1633, 1636, and 1644, when Mr. Win 
How was chofen, and 1634 when Mr. Wihfltfw fucceeded, 
and continued till he died in 1680, he was fucceeded by 
Mr. Hinkley, who held the place, except in the interrupt 
:i©n by Governor Andros, until the junction with the 
iVTafiachufetft in 1692, 



Of C O N N E C T I C U T. 
IN the year 1631, Robert- earl of Warwick, prefident of 
|he Council of Plymouth, granted to lord Say and Seal, to 
J brd Brook and others, a trad of land extending from Nar- 
Ifcaganfet river^ 40 leagues on the fea coaft j and thence 
l.irough the main land, from the Weftern Ocean to the 
I outh Sea. This was the firft grant to'Connefticut. Smaller 



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grants, from the firft patentees, were afterwards made to 
particular people j in confequence of which many fettle* 
ments were made. 

New-Haven and Connecticut were feparate governments 
till the reign of Charles the fecond j when by agreement they 
were both incorporated, by the name of * the Governor 
and Company of Connecticut.' The charter by which they 
were united ftiil continues to be the bafis of their govern- 
ment. 

The trade of Connecticut is principally to the Weft- In- 
dia inlands, and is carried on in veflels from 60 to 150 tons.! 
The exports xxmfi ft of horfes, mules, oxen, ftaves, hoops,' 
pine boards, oak-plank, corn, beef, pork, &c. They alfo 
have a confiderable number of coafting veflels employed in 
carrying the produce of the ftate to other ftates, confifting 
of wheat, rye, corn, oats, butter, cheefe, cyder, flax, hemp, 
&c. The foil is well calculated for pafture and mowing. 

Connecticut is 82 miles in length, and 57 in breadth, 
and contains upwards of 200,000 inhabitants. They en-; 
joy a fertile foil, and are truly republican, purfuing their 
intereft in promoting manufactures, commerce, agriculture 
and the fciences* 

Connecticut has been highly diftinguimed by its having 
a fucceflion of Governors, eminent both for their religious 
and political accomplishments. The following is a lift of 
their venerable names. 

Governors for the Colony of New-Haven. 
1639, Theophilus Eaton, 1662, William Leet, who 

1659, Francis Newman, continued till 1665. | 

In 1665, the Colonics of New-Haven and Connecticut 
united, and governor Winthrop was chofen governor. 

Lift of Governors of Connecticut, elected from 1639. 



John Haynes, 
Edward Hopkins, 
John Haynes, 
George Wyllys, 
John Haynes, 
Edward Hopkins, 
John Haynes, 
Edward Hopkins , 
John Haynes, 



Edward Hopkins, 
John Haynes, 
Edward Hopkins, 
John Haynes, 
Edward Hopkins, 
John Haynes, 
Edward Hopkins, 
Thomas Wells, 
John Webfter, 



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John Winthrop, 
Thomas Wells, 
John Winthrop, 
William Lect, 
Robert Treat, 
John Winthrop, 
Gurdon Saltonftall, 
Jofeph Talcott, 



Jonathan Law, 
Roger Wolcott, 
Thomas Fitch, 
William Pitkin, 
Jonathan Trumbull, 
Matthew Grifwold, 
Samuel Huntington, 



UNITED STATES. 

Treafury Department, Sept. 20, 1790. 

IT is hereby made known, that the following arrange- 
ment has been adopted towards carrying into executi- 
on the Act, making provifion for the debt of the United 
States, viz. 

Loan- Office Certificates, and thofe ifTued by the Com- 
mifiioners for the adjuftment of accounts in the feveral 
States, will be receivable only at the Treafury and by the 
refpeclive commiffioners of Loans within the States in which 
they were refpecYrvely ifTued. The Certificates irTued by 
the Regifter of the Treafury, by the Pay-Maftsr General 
and commifftoner of Army Accounts, by the Commiffion- 
ers for the adjuftment of the Accounts of the Quarter- ' 
Mailer's, CommirTary's, Hofpital, Cloathing, and Marine 
Departments, Indents on Intereft, and Bills of old Emiffi-! 
on* will be receivable indifcrrminately at the Treafury and 
by the Commiflioners of all the States. The fituation of 
the Checks has dictated this arrangement for the greater 
fecurity of the public againft impositions by forged or coun- 
terfeit paper, and the details which have been adopted from 
the fame confideration for the execution of the buunefs 
are fuch, that it will give facility and difpatch, if applica- 
tions from the holders of Certificates of the Regifter of the 
Treafury and of the Paymafter General, and CommlfBoner 
of Army Accounts, and of the ComnrmTioner of the five 
Departments above mentioned, are made in the firft in- 
ftance at the Treafury ; and if applications from the Hol- 
ders of Loan Office Certificates 5 and Certificates irTued J 
by the CommhTioners for the adjuftment of Accounts in 
the refpective States, are made in like manner to the Com- 
mirfioners of Loans within the States in which they werej 
irTued. Transfers can afterwards be made to any office 
that the Proprietors of thefe Certificates may defire. 



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Treafury Department, Sept* 38, 1790. , 

THE following regulations, which have been adopted] 
towards carrying into execution the aft, making;! 
provifion for the debt of the United States , are announ- 
ced for the information of the public creditors* 

WH£N a transfer is to be made from one perfon to' 
another, the certificate or certificates of the debt to be tran£ 
ferred, mud be produced at the proper office* in order that 
the fame may be cancelled, and a new one, or new ones 
iflue v as the cafe fhali require. 

When a transfer is deiired from ©ne ofliee to another, 
application muft in the firft inftance be made to the office 
where the credit exifts, whereupon the certificate or cer- 
tificates of the debt to be transferred wMl be cancelled, and 
a fpecial one granted, as a voucher to the Secretary of the 
Treafury ; opon the production and delivery of which to 
him a warrant will i0ue to the office, to which the debt 
is to be trausferrec?| where the bufinefc will be eomple- 
ted* The form (A) at foot hereof, has been adopted for 
letters of attorney, to make transfers, whkfe r and the£ 
directions foi completing it,k is expected will be careful* 
ly obferved. 

In every cafe of a transfer of the fubferihed or funded 
debt , the new certificate will bear intereft, only from the 
firft day of the quarter,, in ivbub the transfer is made. 
The unpaid intereft which may have accrued prior to that 
quarter, will be paid enly to the perfon, who was ftocK 
holder at the time it acciued, or to his fpecia la ftignte* 

Fourteen days before the expiration of each quarter, the 
books of each office will be clofed ; fo that no transfers 
will be made, nor except at the Treafury, will any fub 
fcriptions be received, or old certificates exchanged for 
new ones, on the application of non-fubferibers, during 
that period. Thofe intending to become fubforibers to the 
piopofed Loan, who do not fubferibe, prior to the com- 
mencement of any fuch period— or thofe intending not 
to fubferibe, who do not prefent their old certificates to 
be exchanged, or if holders of certificates of the Regi&er 
)f the Treafury, who do not notify to the Treafury their 
ntention not to fubferibe, prior to fuch commencement 
of fuch period, will not receive the intereft, which may 
{have accrued antecedently, 'till the end of the quarter in 



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which their fiibfcriptions are made, or in -which their ccr] 
tificates are exchanged, or miubhb they (hall fo notify 
their intention not to fubfcribe. This, the proper diftri 
tuition of the funds,, and. the prefervation of order render 
indifpen fable. 

On the fubfcribed or funded debt, intereft as it becomes 
due, will be paid without production of the certificates if 
feed for the fame. On the unfubfcribed debt, if any there 
fhall be, the production of the certificates will be necerTa- 
ry, in order to the receipt of the intereft,and an indorfe- 
ment of the payment of it upon the certificates. This 
however,, in confederation of the rifkand inconvenience 
of tranfmifllon, will not be required of thofe who hold 
certificates of the Rcgifter of the Treafury,. and relide out 
of the United States. The form (B) at foot hereof, of 
a letter of attorney for receiving intereft, and the direct- 
ions there with,, it is expected will be carefully purfued. 

(A) 

FORM of a POWER of ATTORNEY, to transfer 
Stock. 

KNOW ALL MEN by thefe pre&nts, That 
do make, conftituie and appoint true and law- 

ful Attorney, for and in name to fell, aflign and 
transfer the Stock ftanding in 

name in the Books of with power alfo an 

Attorney or Attornies under for that purpofe, to make 
and fuoftitute ; and to do all lawful acts requifite for ef 

Bfecting the premises ; hereby ratifying and confirming all 
that faid Attorney, or Subftkute or Subftitutes ftiall 
do therein by virtue hereof. 

IN WITNESS whereof have hereunto &t Hand 
and Seal , the Day of ia the Year of our Lord, 

OneThoufand hundred r>r .uu r- 

Sealed and delivered I JL Jcl t>C7 ' (5 

in the prefence of y 

BE IT KNOWN, that on the I>ay of One 
Thoufand Hundred before me, 
came whhin named, and acknowledged the 
above Letter of Attorney to be Act and Deed. In 
teftimony whereof I have hereunto fet my Hand and 
the Day and Year laft afore faid. 



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DIRECTIONS. 

IF the power is to extend to the whule of the ftock, 
tfee word 4 all' is to be inferted after the word ' transfer.* 
If only to parr> the particular fum is to be inferted, with 
the addition of the words ' being part of / 

If the power is to extend only to a certain fpecies of 
(lock, it may be exprefTed in the different cafes by in- 
ferting in the blank between the words t the > and ■ Slock' 
the words ' funded Six per Cent.' (which will defignate 
the Stock bearing a prefent Intereft) or the words, «■ fun- 
Ided Three per Cent.* (which will defignate the Three 
per Cent, ftock,) or the word * Deferred* (which will de- 
fignate the Stock bearing Intereft at the end of ten Years) 
or the word * unfunded* (which will defignate the un- 
fubferibed part of the debt.) 

If no power ©f fubftitution is defired to be given, the 
whole that relates to it, to be omitted ; the place of 
abode, and quality of each witnefs, to be written againft 
.his name. 

The acknowledgment may be taken before any Judge 
of a Court of the United States, or of a Superior Court of 
JLaw or Equity in any State, or of a County Court, or 
before the Mayor or other Chief Magistrate of any place ; 
or before a Notary Public. 

In the acknowledgment, if the Seal of a Court, or Cor 
poration, is to be affixed, the words ' caufed to be' may 
'precede the word * affixed/ the blank immediately fol- 
lowing to be filled with a defignation of the Seal ; as, that 
it is the Seal of a certain Court, naming it ; or the Seal 
of a certain Corporation, naming it ; or the Seal of Office 
|of the party before whom the acknowledgment is taken 
if he has one; or if he has none, with the words c my Seal.* 

If there be no public or official Seal to the acknowledg- 
ment, proof of the execution of the Power muft be made 
by Oath or Affirmation of one of the Witnefles, to be 
taken before Jbme perfon duly authorifed at the place 
where the transfer is to be made. 
! (B) 

FORM of a POWER of ATTORNEY, to receive 

Interefh 
J KNOW ALL MEN by thefe prefents i That 
do make, conftitute and appoint true and 



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lawful Attorney, for and in name to receive 

the intereft the Stock, (landing in 

name in the Books of with power 

alfo an Attorney or Attornies, under for that purpofe 
to make and fubftitute ; and to do all lawful Acts requi- 
fite for effecting the Premifes ; hereby ratifying and con- 
firming all that laid Attorney, or Subftitute or 
Substitutes (hall do therein by virtue hereof. 

IN WITNESS whereof have hereunto fet Hand 
and Seal , the Day of in the Year of our Lord, 

One Thoufand Hundred 

Sealed and delivered T 
in the prefence of J 

BE IT KNOWN, that on the Day rf One 

Thoufand Hundred before me 

came within named, and acknowledged the 

above Letter of Attorney to be Act and Deed. 

IN teftimony whereof I have hereunto fet my Hand 
and the Day and Year laft aforefaid. 

directions. 

IF the Power is to be general, the words ' now due, 
or which hereafter grow due upon' are to be inferted after 
the word ' intereft.' If not general, the time for, or to 
which the intereft is to be received, to be fpecially ex- 
preffed after the word < intereft.' 

If no Power of Substitution is defired to be given, the 
whole that relates to it, to be omitted. The place of 
abode, and quality of each Wicnefs, to be written again ft 
his name. 

The acknowledgment may be taken before any Judge 
of a Court of the United States, or of a Superior Court of 
Law or Equity in any State, or of aCounJy Court, or be- 
fore the Mayor, or other Chief Magiftrate of any place, 
or before a Notary Public. 

hi the Acknowledgment, if the Seal of a Court or Cor 
poration is to be affixed, the words ' caufed to be* may 
precede the word * affixed.' The blank immediately 
following to be filled with a defignation of the Seal ; as 
that it is the Seal of a certain Court, naming it ; or the 
Seal oj a certain Corporation, naming it : or the Seal of 
Office of the Party before whom the Acknowledgment isj 



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taken, if he has one 3 or if he has none, with the words 
* my Seal/ 

If there be no public or official Seal to the Acknowledg- 
ment^ proof of the execution of the power, rriuft be made hy 
Oath or Affirmation of one of the "WitndTes, to be taken 
before fome Perfon duly authorifed, at the Place where 
the transfer is to be made. 



The following DUT I E S art payable : on Imported Goods, by 
the impoft law, which takes f>lace on the fit Ji day of Janua. 
ry, 1791. 

ALE* beer and porter, in caiks, per gallon, 5 ; cents $ 
in bottles) per dpz. 20 cents 3 anchors, 7§ per cent, 

Blank books, 10 per cent, boots, per pair, 50 cents | 
brufhes, 7 J per cent, buckles, (hoe and knee, 10 per cent 
buttons, 7! per cent, bricks, 10 per cent. 

Cabinet wares, 7^ per cent, cables, per cwt. 100 cents £ 
calicoes, coloured, 7 J per cent, cambrics, j\ per cent 
candles, of tallow per lb. a cents ; of wax or fpennaceti 

cents 3 canes, walking-fVicks and whips, 7* per cent, 
cards, wool and cotton, per dozen, 50 cents 3 playing dd 
per pack, 10 cents 3 carpets arid carpeting, 7J per cent 
coach, chariot, phaeton, chaife, chair, folo, or other carriage* 
b'r parts of carriages, 15J per cent, cheefe, per lb. 4 cents 5 
all goods, wares and merchandize (other than teas) im- 
ported dtre&Iy from China or India, in foreign veflels, i2*| 
per cent.— Teis, from China or Jndia, in verTels of the Uri\ 
terl States : Bohea, per lb. 10 cents j fouchong and other 
black teas, 18 cents 3 hyfon, 32 cents; other green, 2c 
cents.— From Europe, in veflels as above : Bohea, per lb. 
12 cents ; fouchong and other black, 21 cents 3 hyfon, 40 
cents 5 dther green, 24 cents.— Teas an any other manner 1 
Bohea, per lb. 15 cents 5 fouchong and other black, 
27 cents 5 hyfon, 50 cents 3 other green, 30 cents 3 chin$ 
ware, ii\ per cent, xhintzes, 7 J per cent, clothing, reacty 
made, 7* per cent, coal, per buihel, 3 cents % cocoa, per 
lb. 1 cent ; coffee, 4 cents 5 copper wares, 7 J per cent, 
cordage, tarred, per cwt. 100 cents 5 untarred> and yarn, 
per cwt. 1 50 cents ; cotton, per lb. 3 cents 5 clocks and 
watches, 10 per cent. 

Drugs, medicinal (except thofeuied in dying) 7! per cent 

Earthen ware, 10 per cent. 



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Gauzes, y\ percent, gloves, of leather, -]\ percent, gold 
knd filver lace, 10 per cent, gold wares, to per cent, golo- 
ftioes, of leather, per pair, 7 cents ; glafs— looking, win 
dow, and other, and all manufactures of glafs, except quar 
bottles, 12 1 per cent, grocery (except articles elfewhere 
enumerated) viz. cinnamon, cloves, mace, nutmegs, gin 
ger, annifeed, currants, dates, figs, plumbs, prunes, raifins, 
fugarcandy, oranges, lemons, limes, and generally all fruits 
and comfits 5 olives, capers, and pickles of every fort j 
pil, gunpowder, muftard in flour, 10 percent. 

Hats, of beaver, felt, wool, or mixture of either, 7* per 
cent, hemp, per cwt. 54 cents. 

Iadico, per lb. 25 cents ; iron — cartings, flit and rolljd 
r j\ per cent, jewelry and pafte-woik, 10 per cent. 
'' Lace, gold and filver, to per cent, lampblack, 10 pei 
cent, lawns and laces, 7I per cent, lead, bar and other, 
per lb. 1 cent j leather, tanned or tawed, and manufac 
iures of leather not otherwife rated, y~ per cent. 
I Malt, per bufhel, i<s> cents j marble, (late or other 
ftones, tables, mortars, and other utenfils of marble or 
jftate, 10 per cent, millenary, re*dy made, 7! per cent, me- 
langes, per gallon, 3 cent* j muflins and muflinets, q\ per 
cent. 
Nails and fpikes, per lb. 1 cent 5 nankeens, 7I per cent. 
Packthread and twine, per cwt. 300 cents \ painters co- 
lours (except thofe ufed in dying) 10 per cent, paper— 
•writing, wrapping, paper-hangings and pafieboard, 10 per 
cent, parchment and vellum, 10 per cent, paftework and 
jewelry, 10 percent, pepper per lb. 6 cents \ pewter wares, 
ftr| per cent, pictures and prints, 10 percent, pimento, per 
ilb. 4 cents j plated ware, 10 per cent. 

Saddles, ?f percent, fait, perbu(hel, 12 cents ; fattins 
[and other wrought filks, i\ per cent, fhoes, flippers and 
jgolofhoes, of leather, per pair, 7 cenis j flioes and flip- 
Ipers, of filk or fluff, per pair, 10 cents 5 filver and gold 
jlace, jo percent, filver ware, 10 per cent, flaieitones, and 
utenfils thereof, 10 percent, foap, per lb. 2 cents ; fnuff, 
jperlb. locents 5 fpirits, diftilled, if morethan lopercent. 
1 below proof, according to Dycas's hydrometer, per gallon, 
12 cents 3— if more than 5, and not snore than 10 per 
cent, below proof, by the fame hydrometer, per gallon, 
12^ cents ; if of proof, and not more than 5 per cent, be- 



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ow proof, by the fame hydrometer, per gallon, 13 cents j 
if above proof, but not exceeding 20 per cent, according to | 
he fame hydrometer, per gallon, 15 cents 5 if more than 
20, and not more than 40 per cent, above proof, according 
o the fame hydrometer, per gallon, 20 cents j if more than; 
4.0 percent, above proof, according to the fame hydrome-j 
ter, per gallon, 25 cents j fpikes and nails, per lb. 1 cent 5 
(tone ware, 10 per cent, fteel, un wrought, per cwt. 75 1 
cents 5 fugar, brown, per lb. i| cent ; loaf, 5 cents ; all 
others, t.\ cents. 

Tiles, 10 per cent, tin wares, 7 \ per cent, tobacco, ma- 
nufactured, per lb. 6 cents } twine and packthread, per 
cwt. 300 cents. 

Vellum and parchment, 10 per cent, velvets and velve- 
rets, j\ per cent. 

Walking- ftieks, canes and whips, 7* per cent, wares, 
earthen, ft one, gold, filver and plated, 10 per cent, tin, pew- 
ter and copper, 7! per cent, watches & clocks, 10 per cent, 
wine, Madeira ef the quality of London particular, per gal. 
35 cents 5 other Madeira, 30 cents \ fherry, 25 cents j oth- 
er wines, 20 cents ; yarn, per cwt. 150 cents. 

All other goods, 5 per cent, on the value, except the fol- 
lowing articles, exempted from duty, viz. bullion, tin in 
pigs, tin plates, old pewter, brafs, teutenague, iron and 
brafs wire, copper in plates, faltpetre, plaifter of Paris,) 
wool, dying woods and dying drugs, raw hides and fkins,' 
undrefled furrs of every kind, the fea-ftores of veffels, the 
clothes, books, houfhold furniture, and the tools or im-| 
plements of -the trade or profeffion of perfons who come to' 
reiide in the U. S. pbilofophical apparatus for any femi- 
nary of learning 5 all goods intended to be re-exported to. 
a foreign port in the veffel in which they ihall be impor-l 
ted and all articles of the growth, product or jnanufa&ure 1 
of the United States. — Goods ad valor urn to be valued by ad- 1 
ding 20 per cent, to the actual coft, if from the Cape of Good 
Hope or beyond ; and 10 percent, if from any other place, 
exclufive of charges.— Ten per cent, is added to the feveral 
rates of duties, in refpect to goods imported m foreign t veffeh r 
except in cafes where an additional duty is fpecially laid on 
goods fo imported.— -A Drawback of wdzy cent, on theduty 
, for exporting any of the aforefaid articles to foreign coun- 
I tries, within 12 months.— A Bounty is paid on dried and 
[jpickled fifh, of the fisheries of the U. S. and on other pro- 
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jvifions falted within the States, when exported to a foreign 
country, viz. On dried rifli, 10 cents per quintal ; on 
'pickled fifh, and other falted provifions, 10 cents per bar- 
jrel.— By veJJ'eh of the Unittd States, are underftood veffels 
ibuilt in the United States, and wholly belonging to a citi- j 
jzen or citizens thereof; or veffels built in foreign countries, 
but belonging, on the i6thof May, 1789, to a citizen or 
citizens of the U. S. and fo continuing until the time of im- 1 
portation. — Veffels not anfwering the above description, * 
(are deemed Foreign Veffels*— Foreign Goods, fubjecl todu-j 
ty, are forfeited, together with the veffel, if imported in 
k any veffel under 30 tons. j 

TONNAGE, by an AEl of July 20, 1790, to be paid in ten 
days after Entry, and before Clearance* 

On veffels of the United States, 6 cents ; on veffels built 
[within the United States after the 20th of July, 17S9, but 
gowned wholly or in part by foreigners, 30 cents ; on all 
"other veffels, 50 cents; on veffels of the United States en- 
tering in a diftrift in one State, from a diftrift in another 
(other than an adjoining State, on the feacoaft, or on a 
navigable river) having on board goods taken in one State 
to be delivered in another, 6 cents 5 on foreign veffels en-' 
tering in one diftridr. from another, having on board goods 
taken in one dhlrict to be delivered in another, 50 cents \ 
veffels of the United States, licenfed to trade between the 
different diftricrs, or to carry on the bank or whale nfher- 
ies, pay only once a year. 

Duties payable in 
j Gold coins of France, England, Spain and Portugal, or 
others of equal finenefs, per dwt. 89 cents ; Mexican dol- 
lar, 1 dollar ; crown of France, 1 dollar, 1 1 cents ; crown 
of England, 1 dollar, 11 cents ; filver coins, of equal fine 
nefs, per oz. 1 dollar, 1 1 cents. 

Rates of Coins for ejlimating Duties • 

Pound fterling of Great- Britain, 4 dollars, 44 cents 5 of 
Ireland, 4 dollars, 10 cents; livre tournois, i%\ cents; 
Dutch florin, or guilder, 39 cents ; marck banco of Ham- 
burgh, 3 3-| cents; rix dollar of Denmark, 1 dollar; of 
Sweden, 1 dollar; real plate of Spain, ig cents; milreeof 
Portugal, 1 dollar, 24 cents ; tale of China, 1 dollar, 48 
cents ; pagoda of India, 1 dollar, 94 cents ; rupee of Ben- 
gal, 5 51 cents, 



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Fees t9 Collector and Naval-Officer 

dtl 
Entry of a veflel, jop tons or upwards, 
Clearance of ditto, - 

Entry of a veflel under ioo tons, 
Clearance of do. - - 

Permit to land goods, 
Every bond taken officially, 
Permit to load gaods for exportation, which 7 

are entitled to a drawback, - 3 

Every official certificate, or bill of health, 
Every other official document, (regifter excepted) 

Fees to Surveyor. 
On each veflel, 100 tons and upwards, with ? 

goon's fubjecVto duty, - \ 

On each veftel, under 106 tons, with ditto-, 
All vefTels, not having goods fubjeft to duty, 
For meafuring a vefTel, of 100 tons or 1 

under, per ton, y 

rom 100 to 206 tons, 
Aoove 2co tons, - 



cents 
5° 
5° 
5° 
5° 
20 
40 

30 

20 
20 



150 
200 



Government cf the UNITED STATES. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON, 

President of the United States. 

TOBIAS LEAR, Secretary to the Prefident. 

JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President, 
and Prefident of the Senate. 



Senators of the 

New-Hampshire. 
J John Langdon, 
$ Paine Win gate. 

Massachusetts. 
* Triftram Dalton, 
V Caleb Strong, 

Rhode-Island. 
Theodore Fofrer, 
f Jofeph Stanton. 



United States. 

Connecticut. 
% William S. Johnfon, 

* Oliver Eiifwo.rth. 

New-York. 

* Philip SchuyLer, 
J Rufus King. 

New-Jersey. 

* Jonathan Elmer, 
f William Paterfon. 



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Pennsylvania. 


* John Walker. / 


* William Macia) , 


North Carolina. \ 


J Robert Morris. 


\ Samuel Johnfon, 


DELAWARt, 


j Benjamin Hawkins. 


f Richard Baflet, 


South-Carolina. 


* George Read. 


\ Pierce Butler, 


Maryland. 


I Ralph Izard. 


• Charles Carroll, 


Georgia* 


% John Henry, 


f William Few, 


Virginia. 


X Tames Gunn. 


f Richard Henry Lee, | 


Samuel A. Otis, Secretary. 


Benjamin Bankfon and Robert Hyfhman, Clerks. 


Right Rev. &fhdp Provoft, Chaplain. 


James Mathers, Door-keeper. Cornelius Maxwell j Mef- 


fenger. John Fenn©, Printer. 


Tbofe Gentlemen marked*, are to feme % years ; tbcfi 


ivith f , 4 years ; and t/jofe -with J, 6.years, from the time 


rf their ele&icn. 


REPRESENTATIVES of the United States 


{To ferve to, 4th March , l^guj 


New- Haznpjbire+ 


Jonathan Sturges, 


Nicholas Gilman, 


Jonathan Trumbull, 


Samuel Livermore, 


Jeremiah Wadfworth. 


■Ab'itl Fofter. 


New-Tori. 


Majpi^hufetts* 


Egbert Benfoa, 


Fiftier Ames, 


John Lawrence, 


Elbrj4.ge Gerry, 


William Floyd, 


Benjamin Goodhue j 


John Hathqrn, 


Jonathan Grout 4 


Jeremiah Van Rcnfielaer, 


George Leonard, 


Peter Sylvefter. 


.George Partridge, 


Newjtrfey. 


.George Thatcher, 


Elias £oudinot, 


Theodore Sedgwick. 


Lambert CadwaJlader, 


Rhode -ffiand* 


James Schureman, 


Benjamin Bourne. 


Thomas Sinnickfon. 


Connecticut, 


Pennfjfoanta* 


Benjamin Huntington, 


George Clymer, 


Roger Sherman, 


Thomas Fitzfimmons, 



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Thomas Hartley, 

Daniel Heifter, 

F. A. Muhlenberg, (5/.) 

Peter Muhlenberg, 

Thomas Scott, 

Henry Wynkoop. 

Delaware* 
John Vining. 

Maryland* 
Daniel Carroll, 
Benjamin Coatee, 
George Gale, 
Jofhua Seney, 
William Smith, 
Michael Jennifer Stone* 

Virginia* 
John Brown, 
Ifaac Coles, 
William B. Giles, 
Samuel Griffin, 
Richard Bland Lee, 



James Maddifon, jun. 
Andrew Moore, 
John Page, 
Alexander White, 
Jofiah Parker. 

North- Carolina* 
John Baptift Ame, 
Timothy Bloodworth, 
John Sevier, 
John Steele, 
Hugh Williamfon. 

South' Carolina* 
Ed anus Burke. 
Daniel Huger, 
William Smith, 
Thomas Sumpter, 
Thomas Tuder Tucker. 

Georgia. 
Abraham Baldwin, 
James Jackfon, 
George Matthews. 



John Beckley, Clerk to the Houfe 

William Lambert, and — Wells, Clerks in the Clerk's 

Office. 

Rev. Dr. William Linn, Chaplain. 

Jofeph Wheaton, Serjeant at Arms. 

Gif. Dally, Door-keeper. Tho's Claxton, MefTengcr* 

Childs & Swaine, Printers. 

Executive Departments of the United States* 

DEPARTMENT </STATE v 

THOMAS JEFFERSON, Secretary of State. 

Henry Remfen, jun. Chief Clerk. 

George Taylor, jun. and Jacob Blackwell, Clerks. 

John Pintard, Interpreter of the French language* 

Ifaac Pinto, Interpreter of the Spanifh language. 

Rev'd Dr. Grofs, Interpreter of the German language. 

Minif trial and Conjular Appointments by the United States* 

In France and its Dominions. 

William Short, Charge des Affaires. 



James Fcniv'.ck, of Maryland, for the port of Bourdeaux. 

Burrell Carnet, of Maflachufetts, for the port ofNantz. 

Natha,.iel Barrett, of Maflachufetts, for the port o£ 
Rouen. 

Sylva/tus Bdtirne % of Maflachufetts, for the port of Hif- 
pantola. 

Fuliver Skipzvith, of Virginia, for the port of Martiriieo. 
The Sieur Eticnne Cathalan^ Vice-Confui for the port 
Marfeilles. 

Moni. De la Motte, Vice-Confbl at Havre de Grace. 

In SpAfn . 
William Carmichael, Charge, des Affaires. 
Edward Church, of Georgia, formerly of Maflachufetts, 
for the port of ITirboa. 

Richard Han ij "on , of Virginia, Conful for the port of 
Cadiz, &c 

Ih the United Netherlands. 
Charles \V.T\ Dumas, Agent at the' Hague. 
Ebenezer Brufh, Conful at Surrinam. 
In Great-Britain and Irilnnd. 
Jojhua John/on^ Conful at London. 
James Maury , of Virginia, for the port of LiverpooI,&c 
William Kuox, of New-York, for the port of Dublin, &c.j 
Thomas AuUp y Vice-Coaful, for the port of Cowes. j 

In the Dominions pf Portugal* 
John Marfden Piuiard, of New- York, far the Ifland dflf 
Madeira, &c. 

John Street, Vice Conful at Fayal. 

In the Imperial free City of Hamburgh 
John Parrifiy Vice- Conful for the port of Hamburgh* 

In China. 
Samuel Shaw, Conful at Canton. 

In Mar o ceo. 
Francifco Chiappe, Agent at Morocco. 
Guifeppe Chiappe y Agent at Mogadon 

Minijlerial and Confular Appointments by foreign Power* 
to- the United States, 
By Prance. 
Monfienr Otto, Charge des Affaires. 

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Sieur de la Foreft, Vice-Conful General. 
Monfieur Mantel, Chancellor to the Confulate. 
Sieur de TEtombe, Conful for the States of Ncw-Hamp- 

(hire, Maffachufetts, and Rhode- 1 Hand. 
Sieur de St. Jean de Crevecceur, Conful for the States of 

Connecticut, New-York and New-Jerfey. 
Chevalier de Anixemours, Conful for the States of Mary- 
land and Virginia* 
Sieur Ignace Romaine Chevalier d*Aviftay de Chatteau- 
fort, Conful for the States of North- Carolina, South- 
Carolina and Georgia. 
Sieur Tofcan* Vice-Conful for Portfmouth, N.Ham pfhirei 
Sieur Marbois, Vice-Conful for Philadelphia and along 

the Delaware* 
Sieur Ofter, Vice-Conful for Richmond in Virginia* 
Sieur Petry, Vice-Conful for Wilmington, N- Carolina 
Sieur Fbreft, Vice-Conful for Savannah, in Georgia. 
B} Spain* 
©on Jofeph de Viar, Charge des Affaires 

By Great- Britain* 
Sir John Temple, Conful-General. 
Thomas M'Bonough, Conful for the States of N.Hamp- 

(hire, Maffachufetts, Rhode- Iftand and Connecticut. 
PhineasBond, Confol for the States «f New- York, New- 
Jerfey, Pennfyl'vania, Delaware and Maryland. 
George Miller, Conful for the States of North- Carolina, 
South-Carolina and Georgia*. 

Mf tbe>Unitt& Netherlands. 

Francis Van Berckel, Re fi dent. 

Biederkk Leertouwer, Conful for the State* of New- 

Hampfhire and Maffachufetts. 
Harmaan Le Roy, Conful for the States of New- York 

and New-Jerfey. 
Jan Hendrick Chriftiaan Hcinekcr, Conful for the States 

of Pennfylvania and Delaware. 
Adriaa* Valck, Conful for the States of Maryland and 

Virginia. 

I Jan Boonen Graves, Conful for the States of North-Car* 
|| olfcna, South- Carolina and Georgia* 



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£y Sweden. 

Richard Soderftrom, Conful for Bofton and the Eaftsrn 
States. 

Charles Hellftedt, Couful for Philadelphia and the South- 
ern States. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Trea- 

fury of the United States. 

Tench Coxe, Affiftant. 

John Meyer, G. Ramfcn, jun. A. G. Frannces, W. W 

Morris, H. Kuhl and Ifaac Sherman , Clerks. 

Frederick Bowman, Office-keeper and Meflenger. 

comptroller's office. 

Nicholas Evcleigh, Comptroller. 

Jofeph Hardy, fir ft Clerk. 

John Woodfide, Gervas Hall, and Brodie, Clerks 

auditor's office. 
Oliver Wolcot, jun. Auditor. 
Wiliiam Simmons, firft Clerk. 
George Nixen, Doyle Sweeny, Gulian M 4 IS vers, James 
Burnfide, James Cotton, Jofhua Edwards, James Bo- 
gert, William Tapp, William Blackburn, Jonathan 
St urges, jun. Daniel Hopkins, Ezekiel Freeman, Ben- 
jamin. Strong, Clement C Brown, Clerks. 
register's office. 
Joftph Nourfe, Regifter. 
Jofeph Stretch, Clerk of the Transfers. 
Patrick O'Brien, Harmao Stout, George Walker, Gabriel 
Nourfe, Jofhua Dawfon, John Woodward, and William 
Hill, Clerks. 

treasurer's office. 

Samuel Meredith, Treafurer. 

Samuel Anderfbn, Chief Clerk-. 

OFFICE for fettling Accounts between the United and indi- 
vidual States* 

William Ervine, John Taylor Gilman, and John Kean, 
Commiffioners. 
Patrick Ferrall, Chief Clerk. 
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| Anthony Ei neft, John Crawford, Griffith Evans, and John 

Lockwood, Clerks. 

George Faber, Office-keeper and MefTenger. 

CUSTOM-HOUSE OFFICERS. 
For the State of Neiv- Hampjhtre* 

Portfmouth. Jofeph Whipple, "Collector ; Eleazer! 
Rufleli, Naval-Officer; Thomas Martin, Surveyor. 
For the State of Majf.cLufetts. 
Newbury-Port. Stephen Crois, Collector ; Jonathan' 

ITitcomb, Naval- Officer ; Michael Hodge, Surveyor* 
Gloucefter. Eps Sergeant, Collector , Samuel Whit- 
more, Surveyor. 
Salem and Beverly. Joliah Hiller, Collector \ Wil- 
liam Pickman, Naval-Officer; Bartholomew Putnam, 
Surveyor. 

Beverly. Jofrah Bachelor, Surveyor* 

Ipfwich. Jeremiah Staneford, Surveyor. 

Marblehead- Richard Harris, Collector. 

Boft^n and Charlelrown- Benjamin Lincoln, Col-- 
lector ; James Loveli, Naval-Officer ; Thomas Melvilyi 
Surveyor. 

Plymouth. William Watfon, Collea©r. 

Barnftable. Jofeph Otis, Collector. 

Nantucket and Sherrrarne. Stephen HuiTeyy Collector 

Edgartown. John Peafe, Collector. 

New-Bedford. Edward Pope, Collector, 

Dighton. Hodigah Bailies, Collector. 

York. Richard Trevette, Collector. 

Biddeford and Pepperelborough. Jeremiah Hill, Col- 
leaor. 

Portland, N. F. Fofdick, Collector ; James Lunt, Sur- 
veyor. 

Bath. William Webb, Collector. 

WifcaiTet. Francis Cook, Colietf or. 

Penobfcot. John Lee, Collector. 

Frenchman's-Bay. Melatiah Jordan, Collector. 

Mavhias. Stephen South, Colle&Dr. 

Pailamaquoddy. L. F. Des la Dcnnier, Co llector . 

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^ TTr the State <f Rhode- IJland- I 

Newport. William Ellery, Collector ; Robert Crooke, 
Naval-Officer ; Daniel Lyman, Mirveyor. 

Providence. Jeremiah Olney, Collector ; Ebenezer 
Thomfon, Naval Officer ; William Barton, Surveyor. 

Eaft- Greenwich. Thomas Arnold, Surveyor. 

Warren and Barrington. Nathaniel Phillips, Surveyor. 

Briftol. Samuel Bofworth, Surveyor. 

Pawcatuck River. George Stiitraan, Surveyor. 

Patuxet. Zachariah Rhodes, Surveyor. 

North-Kingfton. Daniel E. Updike, Surveyor. 
For the State of Connecticut 

New- London. Jedidiah Huntington, Collector; Na 
thaniel Richards, Surveyor. 

Jonathan Trott, Daniel Richards, George Houfe, 
Ebenezer Gcyddard^ and Peter B. Harris, Infpecttbrs-; 
and Ebenezer Douglafs and Aarchibald Robertfon, H 
Weighers and Meafurers, for the Port of New-London. 

Stonington. Jonathan Palmer, jun^ Surveyor. 

Middletown. Artier Miller, Surveyor. 

New-Haven. Jon a. Fitch, Collect. Hez. Rogers, Surv 

Fairfield. Samuel Smedley, Collector. 
For the State of New-York. 

New-York. John Lamb, Collector ; Benjamin Wal- 
ker, Naval-Officer ; John Lafher, Surveyor. 

Sagg Harbour. John Gelfton, Collector. 

City of Hudfon. John Ten Brook, Surveyor- 
City of Albany. ■ Bogart, Surveyor. 
For the State ofNew-JerfeJ. 

Perth-Amboy* John Halfted, Collector. 

Burlington. John Rofs, Collector. 

Bridgetown. Eli Elmer, Collector. 

Little-Egg-Harbour. Eben. Tercher, Surveyor. 
For the State of Pennjjlvania. 

Philadelphia. Sharp Delany,- Collector ; Frederick 
Phile, Naval Officer ; William M'Pherfon, Surveyor 
For the State of Delaware. 

Wilmington. George Bufb, Collector* 
For the State of Maryland. 

Baltimore. Otho H. Williams, Collector; Robert 
Purveance, Naval-Officer ; Robert Ballard, Surveyor. 



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Puiveance, Naval-Officer ; Robert Ballard, Surveyor 

Chefter. John Scott, Colder. 

Oxford. Jeremiah Banning, Collector. 

Vienna. John Miier, Collector. 

Snow-Hill- John Gunby, Collector. 

Annapolis John Davidfon, Collector. 

Nottingham. George Bifcol, Collector. 

Town-Creek. Charles Chilton, Surveyor. 

Nanjemay. John Coatis Jones, -Collector. 

St. Mary's. Robert Chefley, Surveyor. 

Georgetown. J. M'Cubbin Lingham, Collector. 
fior the State of Virginia. 

Hampton. Jacob Wray, Collector. 

Norfolk and Portsmouth. William Lindfay, .Collect- 
or ; Philemon Gatewood, Naval-Officer; :Daniel Bedin- 
ger, Surveyor. 
. Suffolk. Archibald Richardfon, Surveyor 

Smithfield. James Wells, Surveyor. 

Bermuda Hundred, or.=City Point. WilliamiHethjXol- 
lector ; Chriftopher Roan, Surveyor. 

; Peteriburgh. John Gibbons, Surveyor. 

York Town. Abraham Archer, Collector. 

We ft- Point. John Spotfwood Moore, Surveyor. 

Jappaheumock. Hudfon Mufe,. Collector. 

Urbanna. Peter Kemp, Surveyor. 

Port Royal. George Cat lett,. Surveyor. 

Frederickfburg. William Lewis, Surveyor. 

Yofcomico River, including Kinfdale. Vincent fRed 
man, Collector. 

DumVies, including Newport. Richard Manhal Scott^ 
Collector. j 

Alexandria. Chs. ;Lee, .Collect. Sam'l Hanfbn, Sucv. 

Cherryfton,. George Savage, Collector. 

South-Yuay. Thomas Barne, Collector. 

Louifville. Richard Taylor, Collector. 

^Folly Landing. William Gibb, Collector, 

for tie State <f North Car, Una. I 

Wilmington. James Read, Collector; John Walker, 
;Naval- Officer ; Thomas Caliender* Suvveycr. 

Newbv.rn. John Davis, Collector. 

Beaufort. John Eifton, Surveyor. 



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WaJhingroi. Nathan Krals, Collector. 

Eienton. Thomas Benbury, Colle&or. 

Hmford. Jofliua Skinner, jun. Surveyor. 

Murpheyibarough. Hudy Mnrfree, Surveyor. 

Plymouth. Levy Blount, Surveyor. 

Shewaikey. Henry Hunter, Surveyor. 

Winton. William Wynne, Surveyor. 

Sennit's Creek. J>hn Baker, Surveyor. 

Plankbridge, on Sawyer's Creek. I.aac G.egory, Col 
lector- 

Nixin^on. Hugh Knox, Surveyor, 

Indian Town. Thomas Williams, Surveyor. 

Pafquatank River Bridge. Elm. Sawyer, Surveyor. 

New-Biggen Creek. Elias Albertf >n, surveyor* 
For the State rf South-Caro&ta. 

Gjorge-Town. John C ><»del, C >1 lector. 

Chariefton. George A. If ill, Collector ; Ifaac Motte 
Naval Officer ; Klward Wtymm, Surveyor. 
For the State of Georgia. 

Savannahs John Hab&iham, Collector; John Beii^cin 
Surveyor. 

Sunbury. Cornelius Collins, Collector, 

Siunfwick. Chriftopher Hillary, Colle&or. 



ALL Matters of vefTils from foreign ports are, with' n j 
24 hours after their arrival, to make report at the neareft 5 
Cuftom-hoofe office, and within 48 hours, a further report \ 
to the Collector, of the name, burthen and lading of his j 
veflel, whether flowed loofe or in packages, the marks, : 
numbers and contents of each, the place and perfon to ! 
whom configned, and the place where taken in, of what * 
country built, from what place (he laft failed, and who 
was and is matter : At the time of delivering the manifeft,* 
the matter is to declare to the truth thereof, and that no ■ 
part of her lading, fince her departure from the place fhe 
latt failed, has been landed, unladed or otherwife removed 
from on board her ; and further, that in cafe he fh all after- ' 
wards know of any goods, other than reported, he will 
forthwith make report to the Collector. 

Matters of veflels neglecting to report, delivering their 
manifefts, or taking the oath, are liable, for every offence, I 
to forfeit the fum of 1000 dollars* li 



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VeflTels of war, and public packets carrying difpatches, j: 
are exempt from making report. 

No Goods to be unloaded but in open day, or without 
a Permit, under penalty of 400 dollars, disability from: 
holding office for the term of fever* years, and being adver- i 
tifed in gazette, and forfeiture of goods, and if above the 
fum of 400 dollars, of vefiel,. &c. 

If any part of the cargo mall be unladen, for any purpofe* 
whatever (except in diftrefs) the commander on board for j 
feits 1000 dollars, with the goods remaining on board. 

Goods to be unladen in fifteen days, or delivered to the: 
i Collector, except fait or coal, which may be continued! 
longer, on the mafter or owner paying infpectors. 
j Goods not agreeing with manifeft, or manifeft with de 
jlivery , the matter to forfeit 500 dollars. 
j No Goods of foreign growth or manufacture to be bro'tr 
jinto the U. S. unlefs by Tea, and not in veffels under 30, 
tons, on forfeiture of goods and ve/Tel (except within the 
diftn&of Louifvilie.) 

Veffels in diftrefs to report in 4S hours from arrival, to 
proteft before a Notary-Public or Juftice, in 24 hours, and 
if it appears necefTary to the Collector, he may permit to 
unload, on payment of the duties on goods necefTary to pay 
expsnees j neceffity to be made appear to wardens, ©r o- 
thers for the parpofe authorized. 

Duties to be paid before permit, unlefs they exceed 50.' 
[dollars, in which cafe, they may be fecured by bond with 
Hone or more fureties, payable for Weft-India goods in four 
'months, Madeira wines in twelve months, other goods in 
;fix months ; or the importer may depofit double the value 
of the duties in goods to fecure the payment of duties* 
which, on failure of payment, are to be fold. 

Goods ad valorem to be valued by adding 20 percent, to 
the actual colt, if from the Cape of Good- Hope or beyond 
and 10 per ct. if from any other place, exclusive of charges. 

Goods damaged, or without invoice, to be valued on 
oath or affirmation, by two perfons, one chofen by the 
Collector, and the other by the part\ . 

No perfon whofe bond for duties is due and unpaid, to 
be* allowed credit for duties. 

Bonds for duties, when due, to be profecuted 3 and in 
cafe of infolvency, to have preference. 



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j Goods removed before weighed or gauged, without con- 
sent of the Collector, or other proper officer, are forfeited. 

Perfons knowingly buying goods liable to feizure, forfeit 
double value ; goods found on fearch, which have not paid 
duties, forfeited.. 

Drawback allowed at the place of entry only, on all 
goods exported to any country with6ut the United State 6 
in the original packages, and within fix months after pay 
ment made, or fecurity given, for duties, retaining one per 
cent, of duties, paid, and excepting where duties do not 
amount to 20 dollars at the leaft. 

Bonds with one or more fureties to be given,, that fuch 
goods (hall not be re-landed within the United States. 

Goods not entitled to drawback until after 6 months, & 
until the exporter produce certificate in writing of two re 
fpectable merchants at the foreign port or place where 
landed,, together with the oath of the mafter and mate of 
the veflel, certifying the delivery thereof. 

Officers may feize within or without their diftridt. 

Perfons giving or offering bribe, forfeit from 200 to 
2<x>o dollars. 

Captain or owner making falfe oath of entry, fuffers a 
fine not exceeding 1000 dollars, and not more than 12 
months imprifonment. 

CoUe&or, Naval Officer & Surveyor,, or perfon fpecially 
appointed by. either of them for the purpofe, may enter any 
veflel in which they have reafon to fufpeel goods fubjeel to 
duty are concealed, and if they have caufe to fufpedt con 
cealment in any dwelling-houfe, ftore, or other place, on 
application on oath or affirmation, to any juftice of peace, 
have warrant to enter, in the day time only, and feize. 

I All penalties, fines and forfeitures, are to be one moiety 
to the United States, the other to be paid in equal parts to 
jthe Collector, N aval-Officer and Surveyor of the port 
where the fame had occurred 5 in diftrifts where there is 
one Officer, he has the whole moiety. If the forfeiture 
j recovered by information given by any other than a Cuftom 
JHoufe officer, one half of faid moiety to be given to the 

[j informer, the remainder to be difpofed of as aforefaid. 
j In cafe of veffel caft away, or other accident, to produce 
'a proteft in due form, and in cafe fuch proteft cannot be 



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■ im.mtKLi-1—m n i i . i ii i ■ i ■■» 

had, the oath or affirmation 01 the exporter, or other proof 
to the fatisfaction of the collector. 

Goods exported for drawback, and re- landed, fubject to 
feizure, together with the veffel, btats, &c. and perfons 
concerned to fuffer fix months imprifonment. 

In order to fecure the collection of thefe duties, boats 
or cutte- s are to be equipped, not exceeding ten, ta be em- 
ployed for the protection of the revenue, the expence not 
to exceed 10,000 dollars, to be paid out of the duties and 
tonnage on veflels. Each of faid boats or cutters to have' 
one Matter, and not more than three Mates, four Manners 
and two boys ; the Matter to be allowed 30 Dollars per 
month, itt Mate 20, 2d Mate 16, 3d Mate 14, each Mari 
ner 8, and each boy 4 dollars . The Officers of thefe boats 
or cutters to be Officers of the cuftoms, with authority to* 
go on board any veffel within 4 leagues of thecoatts of the 
United States. Small open row or fail boats, with a re 
quifite number of perfons, are alfo to be provided for jhe 
ufe of the Surveyors and Infpectors in going on board vef 
fels, for the better detection of frauds. 

Subjiance of the Coajling Act. 

ALL veflels to be intitled to the benefits of American' 
veflels, mutt be registered or enrolled, & have their names' 
and the names of the places to which they belong, painted, 
on their fterns, on a black ground with white letters, at' 
leatt three inches in length, on forfeiture of paying foreign 
tonnage. 

Regitters to he granted to none but American built vef-; 
fels, owned wholly by citizens thereof — or owned by citi -; 
zensonand fince 16th May 1789, and commanded by cit- ! 
izens of the United States. The Surveyor having firft 
certified their exact tonnage. Bonds to be given for pre-j 
fervation of Regitters. 

All veffels built in the United States for foreigners, to 
be recorded in the Collectors Office, on oath. 

American veflels (of the above defcription) of lefs than 
20 tons, and not lefs than 5 tons (qualified as before) fhall 
annually procure a, licence, which will exempt them from 
(entering or clearing for one year. Matters or owners to 
give bond, that fuch veflels (halj not be concerned in any, 
illicit trade. And before they can renew fuch licence,muft 
make oath that they have not been concerned in any illicit 
trade. . I 



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Mafters and owners of American coafting vcfltls of 20 
tons or upwards, (hail have licence t© trade or fim for one 
year, tonnage being firft paid, and bond g ven that the 
veffelsfhall not be employed in any illicit trade— »on failure 
co procure a licence muft pay foreign tonnage. 

Matters bound to foreign ports, to deliver a Manifeft of 
the cargo, on oath, before cleared out. Commander or 
owner forfeits 200 dollars, for falling without clearance. I 

Mailers of American coafting veffels having on board 
foreign goods, &c. of 200 dollars value, or 400 gallons of 
rum, and bound from one diftrictte another, muft deliver 
duplicate regular Manifefts of ivbole cargo, on oath (one' 
of which manifefts mall be returned certified to the mafter) j 
before permit can be obtained to depart. If not having 
foreign goods or rum on board, no manifefts are required, 
but they may proceed to any diftricl in the fame ftate ©r 
next adjoining ftate. j 

American coafting veffels, if bound to any other than 
adjoining ftate or diftricl in the fame ftate, and if having 
American goods orproduce on board, muft deliverduplicate 
regular manifefts on oath, (one of which will be returned 
certified) before permit to proceed can be obtained. j 

Coafting veffels (as before defcribed) from fame, or 
adjoining ftate, before permiflion to land the cargo <:an be' 
obtained, muft deliver a manifeft thereof on oath, within 
2.4 hours after arrival, Sundays excepted. j 

In all cafes mafters of coafting veffels, muft within 24 
hours after arrival, Sundays excepted, deliver the manifeft 
which was received from the Collector, authenticated, be-j 
fore permit to land goods can be obtained. j 

If a mafter of any veffel having goods, &c. on board #f 
200 dollars value, fails without certified manifeft and per- j 
mit, he forfeits 400 dollars and goods : Veffels bound to 
a diftricl in feme, or adjoining ftate,and havingon board A-j 
merican goods, &c. rum, or other ardent fpirits, excepted.; 
» Licenced veffels, if bovnd to a foreign port, muft deliver 
up their Jicence — and in cafe of neglect, the mafter forfeits 
100 dollars. 

Veffeis not intitled to Regifter ©r Enrollment, and frau-* 
dulently ufing either, are forfeited. j 

Falfe fwearing to be punifhed, as wilful and corrupt 
perjury, Perfcns forging or altering official documents,' 
W ferfeit 500 dollars. | 



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DEPARTMENT of WAR. 

Henry Knox, Secretary. 

John Stagg, iun. Chief Clerk. 

R. J. Van den Broek and Canftant Freeman, Cleiks. 

Csefar Cummirjgs, Office-keeper and MefTenger. 

Military Eft ablijhment of the United States, 

Brig Gen. Harmer, Colonel-Commandant of the Troops 

ftationed in the Weftern Territory. 

Majors of Infantry , 

John Palfgrave Wyllys, John F. Hamtramck, and Alex- 
ander Parker. 
Captains of Infantry* 
Jonathan Hart, David Strong, 

David Zeigler, John Smith, 

William M'Curdy, Jofeph Afhton, 

John Mercer, Erkuries Beatty, 

Balard Smith, Alexander Trueman, 

Jofeph Montford, Michael Rudolph. 

Lieutenants of Infantry, 
John Armftrong, Thomas Doyle, 

John Pratt, William Peters, 

EbenezerFrothingham. Jacob Kinfbury, 
William Kerfey, Ebenezer Denny, 

John Steel, Thomas Pafteur, 

Mark M*Pherfon, Thomas Martin, 

EnfgnS of Infantry, 
Francis Lufe, Rabert Thampfon* 

Cornelius Ryker Sydam, Afa Hartfttorn, 
Nathan M 'Do well, John JefFers, 

Abner Prior, Jacob Melcher, 

John Morgan, Richard Archer, 

Ezekiel Pofk, Thompson Seayres. 

James Clay. 

Richard Allifon, Surgeon. 
John Elliot, John Seot, John Carmichael, Jofhua Sumner 
and Abimel Nicoll, Mates. 
John Doughty, Major Commandant of Artillery. 
Captains of Artillery* 
Henry Burbeck, Jofeph Savage, 

William Fergufon, James Bradford. 



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Lieutenants of Artillery. 
John Pierce, Mahlon Ford, 

Moles Porter, Matthew Erneir, 

William Moore,. E lward Spear, 

Dirck Schuyler, ESenezer Smith Fowle. 

Nathaniel Hayward, Surgeon's Mate. 
Francis Mentges, one of the Militia Infpettors of the 
United States. 



GOVERNMENT of the Terri tory of the United States, 

North-W:fi of the River Ohio. 

Arthur Sr. Clair, Governor, and Superintendant of 

Indian Affairs in the Northern Department. 

Winthrop Sargent, Secretary. 

John Cleve Symmes, George Turner, and Rufus Putnam, 

Judges. 
GOVERNMENT cfthe Territory- of the United States, 
South of the River Ohio. \ 

William Blount, Governor, and Superintendent of 
Indian Affairs in the Southern Department. 
Daniel Smith, Secretary. 
D&viJ Campbell, John M'Nairy and William Peery,] 
Judges. 

BOAR D 

For grant 'in g Patents for promoting ufful Arts. 
The Secretary of State, the Secretary of War, and the 
Attorney- General of the United States, ex ajfch, 
Commiltioners. 

Henry Ifcamfen, jun. Clerk. 



Judiciary of the United States. 

John Jay, Chief Juftice. 

John Rutledge, Willi; m Cuming J-imes Wilfon, John 

B air, and James Iredell, AlTociate Juftices. 

EJmund Randolph, Attorney-General. 

- Tucker, Clerk of the Supreme Court. 

Nciv - Hampfbiti I) if is?. 

John Sullivan, judge. Samuel Sherburne, jun. Attorney- 

John Parker, Marfhal. 






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Majfaehufeits Dijlrifi. 
John Lowell, Judge. Chriftopher G©re, Attorney. Jo- 
nathan Jackfon, Marfhal. 
Maine DifrtSi. 
David Sewell, Judge. William Lithgow, jun. Attorney. 
Henry Dearbourn, Marftia). 
Rhode IJland Bijlrifi. 
Henry Merchant, Judge. William Channing, Attorney. 
William Peck, Marfhal. 
ConntfiiCut Dtjlrifl. 
Richard Law, Judge. Pierpont Edwards, Attorney. 
PhiiipB. Bradley, Marfhal. Mark Leavenworth, Clerk. 
, Neiv-Tork Dijlria. 

James Duane, Judge. Richard Harrifon, Attorney. Wrn. 
S. Smith, Marfhal. 
New - Jet J. } Diflrifi, 
Robert Morris, Judge. Richard Stockton, Attorney 
Thomas Lowry, Marfhal. 
Penrfjlvama Dtflritf. 
Francis Hopkinfon, Judge. William Lewis, Attorney. 
Clement'' Biddle, Marfhal. 
Dihivare Dififitf* 
Gunning Bedford, Judge. George Reed, jun. Attorney* 
Allan M'Leart, Marfhal. 
Mary tin J DtplB '. 
William Paca, Judge. Richard Potts, Attorney. Na- 
thaniel Ramify, Marfhal. 
Vitgln'ta DiJiriB, 
Cyrus Griffin, Judge. William Nelfon, Attorney. Ed- 
ward Carrington, Marfhal. 
Kentucky Dtprtfi. 
Hirry Innis, Judg". James Brown, Attorney. Samuel 
M D:>wa',ju!-u Marfhal. 
North- Crdhia, Dijl.tf. 
|ohn Stokes, Judge. J ohn Sitgreaves, Attorney. John 
Skinner, Marfhal. 
Sndh- Caret rm Dijlria. 

Thomas Bee, Judge. John Julius Pi ingle, Attorney. 

Ifiac Huger, Marfhal. 

Geerg'a L 'ijhift. 

Mathanie! Pendleton, Judge. Mat" hew M'Allifter, At 

torney. Robert F.>rfyth, Marfhal. 



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FED ERAL COU RTS. 
SUPREME COURT. 

AT the Seat of Government, the firft Mondays of Fe- 
bruary and Auguft. 

CIRC UI T COURTS. 

Eastern Circuit.— In New-Hampjhire, at Portf- 
mouth and Exeter alternately, 20th days of May and Nov. 
In MajJ'achufetts, at Bofton, 3d days of May and Nov. — 
In Rhode -IJland, alternately at Newport and Providence, 
'on the 4th days of June and Dec. — In Connefticw, alter 
nately at New-Haven and Hartford, 22d days of April and 
Odl. — In New-York, alternately at New- York and Alba 
ny, 4th days of April and O&. 

Middle Circuit.-— In New-Jtrfy, at Treriton, 2d 
days of April and OCt, — In Pennfyfoania, alternately at Phi- 
ladelphia and York-Town, nth days of April and Odr, 
In Delaware, alternately at Annapolis and Eafton, 7th days 
of May and Nov. — In Virginia, alternately at Charlottef rille 
and Williamfburgh, 22d days of May and Nov. 

Southern Circuit.— In North -Car olina y at New- 
bern, iSth day of June, and 8th day of Nov. — In South- 
Carolina, alternately, at Columbia and Charlefton, 12th day 
!of May, and 25th day of Oft.— In Georgia, alternately at 
Savannah and Augufla, 25th day of April, aad 1 5th of Ocl. 
[When any of faid days happen on Sunday, the Court is to 
to begin next day.] 

DISTRICT COURTS. 

In the diftri&of Main, at Portland and Pownalborough 
alternately ill Tuefdays of March, June, Sept. and Dec— 
New-Ilampfiire, alternately at Exeter and Portfmouth, 3d 
Tuefdays or March, June, Sept. and Dtc—Majfoehufetts, 
alternately at Bofton and Salem, ift Tuefdays of March, 
June, Sept. and Dec. — Rhode- Ijland, alternately at New- 
port and Providence, ift Mondays of Feb. May, Aug. and 
Nov. — Connecticut, alternately at Hartford and New- Haven, 
3d Tuefdays of Feb. May, Aug. and Nov. — New York, 
at New- York, ift Tuefdays of Feb. May, Aug. and Nov. 
New-Jerffj, alternately atNew-Brunfwick and Burlington, 
iftTuefdaysofFeb. May, Aug. Nov.— Pennsylvania, at Phi 
iadelphia,2d Tuefdays of Feb. May, Aug. Nov.-— Delaware, 
alternately at New Caftle and Dover, 4th Tuefdays of Feb 
JMay, Aug. and Nov. — Mary'and, alternately at Baltimore 



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and Eafton, ift Tuefdays of March, June, Sept. and Dec 
Virginia, alternately at Richmond and Williamfburgh, 3d 
Tuefdays of March, June, Sept. and Dec.-— Kentucky) ar 
Harrodfburgh, 3d Tuefdays of March, June, Sept. and 
Dec. — North, Car olina T at Newbern, if! Mondays of Jan 
April, July and OcT:. — South -Car alma, at Charlefton, 3d 
Mondays in March and Sept. ift Monday in July, and 
2d Monday in Dec. — &eorgia, alternately at Savannah and 
Augufta, 2d Tuefdays of March, June, Sept. and Pec. 
COMMISSIONERS OF LOANS. 

New-Hampfhire, Nathaniel Gilman y Sal. Soo. dol. 

MafTachufetts,. Nathaniel Apphion^ 1500. 

Rhode-Ifland, Jdhcz Boiven, 600. 

Connecticut, William Imlay p loco, 

j New- York, John Cochran , P50G. 

New Jerfey, James Eiving, 8oO. 

Pennfylvania, Thomas Smhh y 1-500. 

Delaware,,. James Tilton y 600. 

Maryland, 'Thomas Harivood y l>ooo. 

Virginia, Jvhn Hepkins y 1500. 

North-Carolina, William Skinne^ loco. 

South Carolina, John Neufvilh^ iooo. 

Georgia, Richard Wyll-y^ 700. 

William Irvine^ John Taylor Gilman y and John Kean, 
Gommiflioners for fettling the accounts between the U. S. 
and individual States. 2250 dol. each, per annum. 
Places and pet fins appointed to pay invalid Penfioners. 



The States* 
New- Hamp (hire*, 
MafTachufetts, 
Rhode- Iflandi. 
Connecticut, 
New-York, 
New-Jerfey, 
Pennfylvania, 
Delaware, 
Maryland, 
Virginia, 
North Carolina, 
South Carolina, 
Georgia, 



Places. 
Portfmouth> 
Bofton,- 
Providence^ 
New-London, 
New York, 
Perth Amboy, 
Philadelphia, 
Wilmington, 
Baltimore, 



Perfi 
Jofeph Whipple. 
Benjamin Lincoln 
Jeremiah Olney. 
Jedid. Huntington. 
John Lamb. 
John Halfted. 
Sharp Delany. 
George Eufh. 
Otho H. Williams, 



BermudaHundred,William Heath. 
Hillfborough, John Haywood. 
Charleston, George A. Hall. 

Savannah, John Haberfham. 



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MIS EXCELLENCY 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Es^ 

Captain -General and Commander in Chief of the 

military Forces in the State otCsnneclkut. 

Hon. Oliver Wolcott, Efq. Lieutenant- Genera 1 * 

JohnKeyea, efq. Adjutant- General. 

Col. Roger Grifwold, 7 Aids de camp to his Excel. 

Col. Samuel Huntington, 3d. \ the Commander in Chief. 

1 ft Brigade. 
Samuel Wyllys, efq. Brigadier- General. 

Elima Babcock, efq. Brigade-Major. 
Eli Moore, efq. Brigade Quarter-M alter, 
ill Regiment. 
Hezekiah Wyllys, efq. Lieutenant- Colonel. 
Oliver Mather, efq. Major. 
' Captains. James Pratt, Daniel Gillet, Luther Loomis, 
Elima Babcock, Martin Denflow, Ambel King, Timothy 
Seymour, Elima Grifwold, Reuben Clark, Matthew Cad - 
well 9 Roger Mills, Thaddeus King, Aaron Cook. 
1 Lieutenants. John Letting well, Job Allen, Abima Smith, 
Elima Wells, Samuel Allen, Gad Taylor, Ebenezer Faxon, 
Elijah Grifwold, Hofea Nclfon, Solomon Grifwold, Ifaac 
Thrall, Afahel Adams, James Goodwin. 

Enjtgns. Aaron Chapin, Eiiakim Marihal, Nathaniel 
Pomeroy, David Blifs, Ezra Haydon, John Leavett, Nor 
man Seymour, John Norton, Jofeph Fylly, James Cadwell, 
Stephen Remington, Allen Goodwin. 

Staff-Officers. Simon Clark, Adjutant. Simeon Grif- 
wold, Quartermafter. Elima Strong, Paymafier. Chrifto 

pher Wokott, Surgeon. 

6th Regiment. 

Roger Wells, efq. Colonel. 

Ifaac Wells, efq. Major. 

Captains. Abraham Crane, Samuel Curtis, Elliha Hale, 

Wait Robbins, James Wells, Jofeph Gopdale, Rofwell 

IHolifter, Zebulon Richardfon. 

LUutenants. Oliver Robbins, Jofeph Goodrich, Abra 
toam Talcott, Afa Deming, Jtfftus Francis, Samuel Hills, 
Anfell Stocking, Daniel Andrews. 



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Enjrgns. Timothy Ruffell, Solomon Wolcot, Abra 
ham Kilbounn, Frederick Robbins, Wait Still Dickinfon, 
Elijah Covil, David JDickinfon. 

Staff -Officers, Jared BuacG,.j4ctjutent. John H2le, -Styar- 
termafter. Simeon Williams, Formatter, George Xikott;, 
burgeon, ... . .. . ■ 

19 ?h Regiment. 

Oliver King, efq. Lieutenant- Colonel Commandant. 
Rofwell Grant, efq. Major. 

■■Captams, Eli Moore, Aihbel Stanly, Joe4 Havvkins, Ca- 
leb Booth, Jofeph Carver, Elftha Bills, Wareham Fo/tet,' 
Bliphalet .Killam, Ozias BhTell, Alexander McLean, E>a- 
niel Rockwell. 

Lieutenanu, EliBirTell, Shubael GrifwoW, Jofeph Par- 
fons, John Morton, Jacob Lyman, Jofeph Arnold, Eleazar 
Pinney, Afa Peafe, Ephraim Webfter, Phineas Talcott, 
Jonathan Stoughton. 

iEnfigm. Apiei Wolcott*LeviGoodwin,;Richard Abby, | 
Levi Fiih, Jonah Strickland, Richard Treat, James M'Kin-' 
ney, Abner Mecham, SamueLPeck, John Olcott, Oliver 
Grant. 

Staff -Officer!, .David Chandler, gaymafter. Shubael 

G rifwold,, Qxartewqfle r. Timoth y Hall, Surgeon. 

22d Regiment- 

Samuel Chapman, efq. Colonel. 

Abiel Peafe, efq. Lieutenant- Colonel. 

ElijarfChapman, efq. Major. 

Captaim. Jabez Weft, Howard Moulton, Timothy 
Morrick, Afa Hamilton, Abljah Seffions, EbenezerGay, 
Samuel Ladd, George Cooley, -Ebenezer Colborn, Mofes 
Amadown. 

Lieutenant!, Ebenezer Robinfon, <?aflvin -Edfon, Ste- 
phen Crocker, Jabez Collins, Samuel Crawford, John 
Holmes, Alhbei Chapman, Joel Peafe, Nathaniel Hyde, 
GoM Stiles, Hezekiah Ruffell. 

Enfigm. Elijah Harfkel, Jonah Phelps, Elijah Fenton, 
Benjamin Jones, genual CMld, Reuben Cady., Samuel R. 
Kinglbupy, Afa Chapin, Afa CKapin, -<-*- Glazier, Phi- 
lip Warner. 

Staff -Officer!. Ebenezer Robinfon, .Adjutant. Ebene 
zer Spencer y Quartermafer. Rev. Nathan Williams, Ckap- 
Um* William Grofvenor, Surgeon. 



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2d Brigade. 
Comfort Sag*, efq. Brigadier-General. 
John Meigs, efq. Brigade Major. 
Samuel Canfield, efq. Dep. Quart. Mart. Gen. 
ad Regiment. 
Fletcher Prudden, efq. Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Captains. Jofeph Piatt, Jofeph Parfons, Glover Ball, 
Jedidiah Stow, Stephen Thomfon, Thomas Parting, Sa-j 
jmuel Cande, Joel Hine, George Beurd, 
I Lieutenants. Samuel Fenn, Sheldon Curtifs* Samuel 
Punderfon, Theophilus Smith, Enos Hemin way, A. Dib- 
ble, Naboth Ofburn, Abraham Tolles, W. M. C. Smith. 
i Ei:Jigns. Jehiel Bryan, Eli Botsford, Levi Potter, Bar- 
nabas Baldwin, Hiel Hine, Hezekiah Thomfon, AbeFHol- 
brook. 

Staff-Officers. Hezekiah Tuttle, QuarUrmaJler. Levi 
Ive.s, Surgeon. ■ 

7th Regiment. 

William Worthington, tCq. Colonel. 

Edward Shipman, efq. Major. 

Caftains. Giles Blague, Jothua Smith, Jofeph Wilcox, 

Zephaniah Pratt, Lewis Jones, David Brainerd, Ichabod 

Ward, Jonathan Warner, Burr, John Platts. 

Lieuts. William Tully, Samuel Shaler, Hurd> 

John C. Pratt, Chrifto. Port* Daniel Brainerd, — — j 
Gideon South worth, Samuel Starmard, Jemmy Port. 

Enjigns. Ezra Clark, Jonathan Smith, George Eliot, ju. 
Stephen Kirtland, John Stannard, 2d. Heman Brainerd, 

Hiel Parmele, Andrew Lewis, , Samuel Jones. 

Staff-Officen. Rev'd John Devotion, Chaplain. Afa 
Lap, Adjutant. William Eliott, Surgeon. Aaron Eliott 
Quarter matter. W illiam Whittelf ey, Paymaster. 
10th Regiment. 
Samuel Camp, efq. Lieutenant Colonel* 
Reuben Rice, t{q. Major. 
Captain*. Elihu Yale, Ezra Doolittle, Jacob Clark, Lu 
rus Turtle, Jeremiah Carrington, Simeon Coe, Jonathan 
.Collins, Ifaac Shepherd, Samuel Merriman, Nathaniel B 
ijohnfon. 

Staff-Officers. Benjamin Chittenden, Adjutant. Jofeph 
[Parfons, Quartermafter. 



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23d Regiment. 
Jofeph Blague, efq. Lieutenant-Colonel, 
George Phillips, efq. Major. 
Captains. Samuel W. Dana, Robert Band, Eiidia Wil- 
cox, Henry Hedges, Jofeph Sage, Jofeph Dooiittle, Jona- 
than Bowers, Eli Barnes, Seth Miller, Mofes Cook, Nfa- 
Ithaniel Miller, Daniel Shepard, William Hamlin. 

Lieutenants. Richard Aifop, Jofiah Starr, William S i$e, 
jFlimi Hubbard, Robert Waterman, Elijah Wilcox, Mofes 
jHiggins, Nathaniel Corn well, Eli Cos, Samuel Saxtofc,, 
' Nathan Sears, Nicholas Ames, Ifaac Hubbard. 

Enfig-ns. Nathaniel G. Ingraham, James Henry, Timo-i 
jthy Whitby — — — *-> Wijfiam Dixon, Eli Wilcox, S*fltf 
jSavage, Stephen Turner, Samuel K.Uburne, Jonathan Mil- 
der, Jofeph Pekon, Jofhua Ward. 

Staff-Offcers. Samuel Goodrich, Adjutant, Jofeph 
Blague, jun. Paymttffer. Vine Starr, ^uartermafitr. £i;ma 

Phelps, Surgecn. — 

26thHeeiment. 

David Smith, efrj. Lieutenant Colonel, 

Aner Bradley, efq. Major. 

Captains. Benjamin CJpfon, Jofiah Seymour, Aaron 

Fenn, David Buckingham, Timothy Gibbud, Jacob Fenn, 

Charles Upfbn, William Leavenworth. 

Lieutenants. Benjamin Baldwin, Juftus Dayion, Joel; j 
Dunbar, Demas Judd, David Lewis, Arba Cook, Street 
Richards, Ard Wekon. 

Enfigm. John A<Jams, Jofeph S. Merriman, Afa Dar- 
row, Uri Dooiittle, Elihu Spencer, Oliver Stowghton, El 
nathan Thrafner, Sylvanus Adams. 

Staff- Officers. Samuel Royce, Adjutant. Ifaac Brown- 
fon, Paymafter. Wait Smith, Quar:trmafttr. Ifaac Bald- 
win, Surgeon-. _^— . 

27th Regiment. 
Auguftus Collins, efq. Lieutenant-Colonel. 
James Barker, efq. Major. 
Captains, Abraham Fowler, Mafon Hobart, Abraham 
Chittenden, Jonathan Todd, jun. Nathan Chidfey, Willi- 
am Wheadon, Afa Todd, Timothy Mimger. 

Lieutenants. Samuel Robinfon, jun. John Ruffell, Na- 
thaniel Parmele, Jonathan judd, Timothy Rofletter, Jo-i 
fe £lL?i!J^!!?.vJ on3tnan Munfon, Nathaniel Stevens, jun J 



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Enfigns. Noah Fowler, jun. Timothy Cruttenden, Jo 
fiah Munger, Caleb Fowler, Nathan Rofe, Medad Tainter, 
Noadiah Norton, 

Staff-Officers. Jonathan Todd, jun. Adjutant. Joel 
Tuttle, Quartermafter. Jonathan Todd, jun. Surgeon. 

3d Brigade. 
Samuel Mott, efq. Brigadier-General. 
Roger Grifwold, efq. Brigade Major. 
Rev, Lemuel Tyler, Chaplain. Ezra Wait, efq. Q^ M. 

3d Regiment. 
Richard Demon, efq. Lieutenant- Colonel Commandant. 
John G. Hillhoufe, efq. Major. 
Captains, Ebenezer Douglafs, Jofeph Noyes, Jeremiah 
Harding, Thomas Way, jun. Samuel Fox, Jofeph Gillet, 
Thomas Allen, jun. Rofwell Champion, Daniel Douglafs, 
Ambrofe NHes, Daniel Crocker, AbnerLord, Nathaniel 
Vibber, William Tinker, jun. Guy Wheeler, Lemuel Lee. 
Lieutenants. Thaddeus Brooks, Calvin Noyes, Stephen 
Maynard, Elifha Lee, jun. Mulford Raymond, Calvin Sel 
den, Jofephus Lovett, Ezra Chadwick, Stephen Douglafs, 
Richard E. Selden, Lee Peck, Benjamin Dart, Oliver Com- 
ftock, Tohn Demon, 2d. Wait Still Avery, Martin Huntley. 
Enfigns. Sperry Douglafs, Nathaniel Mafon, Nathan 
Bailey, jun* Jofeph Smi^th, 3d. Thomas Hillhoufe, Willi- 
am Sill, Jafon Beebe, Ezra Champion, Jonathan Gilbert, 
}un. Selden Warner, Philip Morgan, Richard Brockway, 
jared Comftock, Stephen Miner, James Comftock, Na 
than Tinker. 

Independent Company. John Hallam, Capt. Picket La- 
timer, Lieut. Thomas Jones, Enfign. 

Light -Infantry. Ezra Wait, Capt, Thomas Mathcr,Ztf«*, 
Richard M'Curdy, Enfign. 

Staff-Officers* Oliver Comftock, Adjutant. John Hal- 
lam, Paymafier. Thomas Anderfon, Quartermajter. Tho- 
mas Coit, jua. Surgeon. 

Sth Regiment* 
Ifaac Avery, efq. Lieu tenant- Colonel Commandant. 

Simeon Avery, efq. Major. 
Captaim. Vine Starr, Ralph Stoddard, Samuel Killam, 
Elifha Rofe, Jacob Meech, Edward Packer, Peleg Williams, 
John Tyler, David Boardman, Ifrael Morgan. 



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Lieutenants* Ebenezer Avery, ad. Rufus Avery, Amos 
Witter, Lebbeus Geer, EHas Brcwfter, Ifaac Wightman, 
William A* Morgan, David Green, Thsddeu6 Cook, Dani- 
el Avery. 

Enfignu John Chefter, Phineas BiK, Ebenezer Avery, 
Jofeph Button, Eliiha York, Daniel Burrows, Ebenezer 
Morgan, Reuben Partridge, Wm. dogfwelt, Richard Getr. 

Staff -Officers. Samuel Eldridge, Jaym^er. Afa he! Tra- 
cy, Quartermafter* Jofhna Downer, Surgtcn. 
zoth Regiment. 

EUhu Marvin, eftj. Lieutenant Colonel Commandant* 
Jofeph WiHiams, efq. Major. 

Captains, Zachariah Huntington, Jonathan Culver, 
Aaron Gager, Ebenezsr Tracy, Philip Havx^ey, Nathan 
Bingham, Amos Armftrong, Mofes Park, Jofeph Perkins, 
Levi Perkins. 

Lieutenants. Ebenezer Bufhn el, AfaRichardfon, Oliver 
Johnfon, Abel Calkins, Solomon Giddlngs, fa Fitch, 
Joihua Smith, jun» Frederick Fanning, D wight Ripley, 
John Bingham, jun. 

Enjigns. Richard Avery, Eiiab Hyde, E!ea7er Tracy, 
Jeremiah Kinfman, jun. Peiatiah Brewfter, Uri :ih Lath* 
rop ? James Armftrong, Cordilla Fitch, Daniel Coit, Eze- 
kiel Bu&nell. 

Light -Infantry. Roger Grifwold, Capt. Thomas Huk- 
bard, Lieut. Nathaniel Shipman, Enjign. 

Matvofs. Vacant, Capt. Thomas L. Thomas, Henry 
S. Cobb, Thomas Marihal, Lieut cna.nts-. 

Staff Officers. Jabez Huntington, Adjutant. Henry Hun- 
tington, Paymaftcr. Eraft us Perkin s, €ZuartermaJttr. 

24th Regiment. 

David B. Spencer, efq. Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant* 

Henry Champion^ jun. efq. Major. 

Captains. Epaphroditus Champion, Daniel Watrous, 
Nathaniel Otis, Abner Hall, Aaron Foot, Clark M'Carty, 
John Arnold, Robert Anderfon, Ebenezer Hbinaes, Samu- 
el Morgan. 

Lieutenants. Jeremiah Smitn, ITzziel Fo&te, Jonathan 
Morgan, Gabriel Ely, Judah Scovel, Francis Henry, Noa- 
diah Emmons, Amos Randal, Ifrael Comftock, Elijah 
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Enfigns. Gamaliel R. Tracy., Gib bens Mather, Amos 
Kellogg, Gideon Cook, David Yeomans, Daniel Worthing* 
ton, 'I'imothy Spencer* Jofiah Gritting, Edward Dixon- 
Bond Bigelow. 

Staff-Officers. Rev. Elijah Parfons, Chaplain. Bezal 
Brainard, jun. Adjutant. John Brainard, Quarter- matter 
Gad Worthington, Pay- mtfter. Tho's Skinner, Surgeon. 

30th Regiment. 

Jonathan Palmer, jun. £fq. Lieut. Colonel Commandant, 

Elias S. Palmer, Efq. Major. 

Captains. William Slack, Benadam Williams, Edward 
Swan, Oliver Breed, John Williams,, Stephen Hail, — — 
, Jofeph Eells. 

Lieutenants. Robert Chefebrough, Kaac Williams, John 
Baldwin, Nathan Brown, Eliflia Williams* Shepard 
Wheeler, Charles Crandall, Prentice Breed. 

Enfigns. John Noyes, Paul Wheeler, Jchabod Ecclefton, 
William Randall, Amos Denifon, David Main, Jofeph 
Chapman, Jonathan Crary. 

4th Brigade. 
John Chandler, Efq. Brigadier- General. 
Frederick J. Whiting, efq. Brigade- Major. 
Elijah Boardman, efq. D. Q^M* General. 
4th Regiment. 
Elijah Abel, Efq. Lieut, Colonel- Commandant. 
David Burr, Efq. Major. 
Captains* George Allen, Samuel Beers, jun. John 
Chapman, Eliphalet Sherwood, John Davis, Squire A 
dams, Abel Fanton, Simeon Munger. 

Lieutenants, Nathan Jennings, Jofeph Bulkley, Stephen 
Adams, Jonah Whitney, Hezekiah Sanford, James Gray, 
Nathan Murwin, Aaron Morehoufe. 

Enjigns. Gold Silliman, Dimon Sturges, William Ben 
nett, Ebenezer Hill, jun. Benj. Sanford, Abert Lock wood, 
Ephraim Nichols, James Sanford. 

Staff Officers. Jofeph Noyes, Adjutant. Efcenezer Di 
mon, Quarter- matte r. David Rogers, Surgeon, 
9th Regiment. 
Jabez Fitch, efq. Lieut. Colonel. 
Qzlas Marvin, efq. Major. 



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Captains. Handford Hait, James Sillick, Charles Knap, 
Edward Wintworth, Amos Smith, Ebenezer Knap, Sam'l 
Betts, Nathan Merrit, Jofeph Seeley, Benjamin Brum, 
Bowers How, Abijah Taylor, Hez. Hobby, Benj. Weed 

Lieutenants. Jofeph Brown, Stephen St. John, John W 

Palmer, Nathaniel Raymond, Ifaac Smith, Daniel Lyon, 

Mofes Gregory, Neh. Brown,jun. Aaron Comftock, Ed- 

mond Mead, Nehemiah Handford, John Gregory, Ifrael 

fPeck, Jonathan Weed. 

Enjigns. Jonathan Brown, Seeley Squire, Jona. Jefap, 
jun. James Crarely, Henry Weeks, Titus Mead,jun. Jere. 
Keeler, Reuben Coe, Jona. Avers, Solo. Rundle, Samuel 
Peneyer, Abra. Hufted, jun. Nathaniel W. Scofield. 

Staff-Officers. Alexander Mills, Adjutant. Abraham 
Hufted, Quarter- maftcr. 

13 th Regiment. 

Nathaniel Mitchel, efq. Lieut. Colonel. 

Joel Hinman, efq. Major. 

Captains. Anthony Strong, Adam Lum, Rofwell Ran- 
fom, Jofhua Church, Timothy Hinman, Lemuel Black- 
man, Graham Hurd. 

Lieutenants. Aaron Sherman, Jedidiah Munn, Daniel 
Blakefley, Abner Everitt, Ebenezer Smith, Newton Tuttle, 
Samuel Walker. 

Enjigns. Daniel Munn, Mofes A. Johnfon, David 
Rumfay, Afa Dudley, BartimeusFabrigue, Amos Mitchel 
Nehemiah Judfon. 

Staff-Officers. Wil liam Prefton , Adjutant. 
1 6th Regiment. 
Caleb Baldwin, efq. Lieut. Colonel. 
David Olmfted, efq. Major. 

Captains. Amos Hoyt, Eliflia Hawley, Abijah Hard, 
Paul Hamilton, Hezekiah Dayton, Gideon Beard flee, jun 
Uriel Hungerford, Timothy Weed, Eliakim Benedict, Sol 
Warner, Mofes Shepherd. 

Lieutenants. Zalmunna Taylor, River Nam, Levi Peck, 
John Barnum, Vine Botsford, Elima Beard flee, Mil ten 
PottCT, Zapher Brufli,Elihud Taylor, Ezra Taylor, Daniel 
Crofoot. 

Enjigns. Jonathan Keylor, Joel Booth, Andrew Hufted 
Mofes R. Botsford, Gideon Hubbel, Samuel Allen, John 
Perry, Ely Taylor, Niram Blackman^ John Skidmorc. 



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Ataff -Officers. Andrew Beers, Adjutant. Abraham 
Bald win,** (^Matter. Rev. Philo Perry, Chaplain. Ben- 
net Perry, Surgeon. 

20th Regiment. 
John Benjamin, Efq. Lieut. Colonel. 
Agur Judfon, efq. Major. 

Captains. Mathias Nicoll, David Sherman, Samuel 
Wheeler, Jofeph Woofter, Edmund Curtis, Samuel Ben- 
net, Ebenezer French, Samuel Fairweather. 

Lieutenants. Afa Benjamin, Eliphalet Jennings, Pixley 
Judfon, Ephraim Woorter, Gerihom Turney, Daniel Gre- 
gory, Gideen Blackman, Samuel Hall. 

Enfigns. Jofeph Deforeft, Elijah Burr, John Wilcock- 
fon, Lemuel Judfon, James Beardfiee, Burr Gilbert, Geo." 
Healey, John Winton. j 

Matrofs Company. Robert Wetmore, Lieut. 

Staff-Officers. Afa Benjamin, Adj. Samuel Wheeler,- 

Paymaft. Ephraim Woofter, Q^Maft . Jofhua Poor, SurgJ 

29th Regiment. 

David Judfon, efq;. Lieut. Colonel'. 

Elifha Boftwick, efq. Major* 

Captains Abel Gunn, Zebedee Sturdevant, Abner 
Mitchel, Amafa Ferris, Piiilo Beardfee, Gerfhom Holmes,' 
Perry Avert tl. 

Lieutenants. Abner Gunn, Eleazar Chamberlain, John- 
fon Hicock, Reuben W T arner, Benjamin Morehoufe, Eph 
Tanner, Roger Coggwell. 

Enfigns. Benoni S. Sanford, Daniel Beebe, Daniel Ry- 
an, Botsford Buckingham, Jofeph Feet, Jofeph Carter, 
Jofeph Cary. 

Staff-Officers. Thomas John Davi s, Q^Maft. Ithamer 
Canrleld, Pay-mafter. Seth Hailings, Surgeon, 

5th Brigade. 

James Gordon, Efq. Brigadier- Generals 

John M*Clellan, efq. Brigade- Major. 

Elifha Payne, Ef^Brigajde-Quarter-Mafter^ 

5th Regiment. 

Ebenezer Mofeley, Efq. Lieut. Colonel -Commandaa*. 

Simeon Smith, Efq. Major. 



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Captains. Benjamin Dyer, Barzilla Swift, John Baker. 1 

Jeremiah Fitch, Abel Simmons, Daniel Denifon, Thomas 

Davenport, Stephen Brigham, Jeremiah Mumford, Robert 

f Barrows, Samuel; Tyler, Jonathan Blackman^James Boyce,. 

I John Swift, jun. | 

Lieutenants. Labels Larabee, Jacob Cufeman, James* 

Cary, Genhom Brigham, Matthew Marcy, Thomas Utley,.' 

Jofeph Talcott, Ifa&c Barrows, Nathan Burnharo, Jamesj 

• Plate, Benjamin walker, #fe Roblnfon,. Jofeph Thomfon'J 
< Ebeneser Care. , j.vj. 

Enftgns. Jabez Hazen, Lemuel Nichelrs, Wm. Rudd,. 
.John Fitch, James Howe* Jacob Holt, Elijah Wright, Ed- 
ward Dimmick, John Alien, HemanStorrs, Sol. Farnham,. 
Afhbel Welch, Fred. Freewiatt, Whitman Huntington. 
I Staff -Officers, Rev. Stephen White, Chaplain. Zenas 
Howes, Adjutant. John Fitch, Pay-mafter. Daa Storrs, 
Qr. Mailer. Lemuel Lee, Surgeon., 
i ith Regiment*. 
Da&iel Learned, Efq, Lieut. Colonel-Corn mandant. 
LerrtueJ Grcfvenor, Efq. Major. 

Grenadhrs, Elijah William?, Captain.. John May,. 
'/iait?->ant. Richard G-ooddl* Enftgn. 

Light -Infantry. Simon Davis, Captain. Alpheus Con- 
trie, LicvUnant.. Samuel Wiifon, Evffgn. 

Captains,. Aaron Cleaveland, Afa Payfon, Hobart 
Tony, Ebenezer Scarborough, James DanieJfon, Seth 
jGhar dkr,.Jac©b Dreiler, Thomas GroiVenor> zd. Benja- 

* run Learned, Elijah Bugbee, Peleg Corbin. 

Licw.enants. Bavid Btfre.ll, Sandford Holmes, David 
IJ'Jrown, E ijahThayer,,ThomasDay, CharUs Child* Ifaac 
Parks, Nathan Payne, William Smith, Elias Child, 2d. 
&fa Winter. 

. £tf$?S' Benjamin Cargill,, jnn.. Leonard IVIafon, &- 
Piraim Cutter, Peter Pike, John Day, Darius Bacon, 
William Dwight, fhomas Grow, jun. Jefle Bigfby, Elilha 
:Oa^e, Thomas Chaffee. 

; S'^f- officers-. . Rev. Jofhua Johnfon, Chaplain. David 
P£oto&©S, Adjittanti David BilTeli, Pay -mafia;. John Fox, 
' Quarter- vmfrer. Albigence Waldo, Surgeon. Jared War- 
ner, Surg, otfs mate* 



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iZtli RLegiment. 
SjiiwicI GilSert, efq. Colonel Commandant. 
Daniel Tiiden, tfq. Major. 
Ct.pta't s.. Stephen Payne, Whiting Backus, Phineas 
Strong, Samuel Weil, Ifa'ah Loomis, Jonah Root, Jofcph 
Kin^rbury,, Simeon Dunham, Joieph Pepoon, Hubbard 
McCalU 

Lieutenants. Benjamin Hyde, James Mafon, EXivid 
Sarber, jun. Kaac lickner, Nathaniel Rogers, Abraham 
Skinner, John Eni'worth,. Daniel Btuihneli, Nehemiah 
Porter, Abraham Wilco*. 

Enfigns. Daniel Hyde, Eliphalet D^wey, Abel Root, 
Jofeph Rude, A/a Bluih, Silas Croel, William Rollo, 
David Tarbox.juu. Rofewell Claik. 

Staff * Officers. Joel Jones, jun. Adjutant, James Clark, 
Quarter mafter. J ames F„ Mafon, Paymajkr. James* Tho- 
mas, Surge™. - 

2T(r Regiment. 
Benjamin Bacon, efq. Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 

Mofes Cleaveland, efq. Major. 
Matrrfo. Joihua Miles, Captain. Stephen He wet, 
Capt.Lieu,t. JohnCurtifS) ift Lieut* Eire-worker, Georgr 
WillLmfon^zd Lieut. Eire— worker. liaac Fuller, 3d Lieut. 
Fire worker. 

Light- Infantry. Walter Hough, Captain. Luther Pay ne> 
Lieutenant. Jcdidiah Johnfon, Enfign. 

Captains* Sears Harns,,Luther Bingham, Mbfes-WyKe, 
EbenezerCopp^Ifaac Backus, JoChua Frink, William Gal 
up, Noah Day, Del'tno Pierce. 

Lieutenant: . John Gallop, Benjamin Bacon,, jun.. Ben- 
jamin DoWjj Wiilard Cutler, John Saflbrd, Afa. Montgo 
nery, John Hufton, Shubael Huchens, Ward Woodard. 
J Enfigns.. Chriftopher Dfcaa, Eli Wafhburn, John Wy 
ie, Abel Andros, Silas Cleave!? nd, David Gallup, Jona 
nan Palmer, John Sled man, Aia Copeland. 
\ Staff-Officers. Stephen Backus, Adjutant. Nathaniel 
Saterly, Quartirmafier., Jedidiah Johnfon, Paymajler,. 

6th Brigade- 
John Sedgwick, efq. Brigadier- Generals 
Uriah -Tracy, efq;. Brigade- Major. 



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14th Regiment. 
Giles Pettibone, efq. Major. 
Captains. Charles Burrall, Adpnijah Strong, Elijah Stan-' 
ton, Samuel Pardee, Edward Gaylord, Mariner Rood, Eli- 
fha Yale, Samuel Wadfworth, Ariel Lawrence, Zachariah 
H. Jones, Torence Donneier, Jeremiah W. Phelps, Jona-| 
than Dunham, Jonathan Pardee, James Johnfton. 

Lieutenants, Elijah Folcomb, Nathaniel Tremain,Ebe- 
nezer Dibble, Samuel Tibbels, Benjamin Gold, Jofeph Cafe, 
Oliver Kellogg, Ithamer Sanders, Stephen Holt, Eli ho' 
Coleman, Grover Smith, John Adams, JoelDeming, Wil- 
liam Goodrich, Simon Jaqua. 

Enjlgns. Jared Everift, Confider Tanner, Abner Beach, 
Jofeph Sweat, Daniel Abbott, Daniel Beebe, Thomas St. 
John, Edon Mills,, James Walien, Abraham Pratt, Edman 
Bensit, Henry Vandouger, Nathan Hollifter, Jared Harri- 
fon, Enoch Root. 

Staff-Officers. Samuel Canfield, Adjutant. Martin Baits, 
QuartcrmaJleK. — — — 

15th Regiment. 
Afa Bray,, efcj. Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. 

* Peter Curtis, efq. Major. 
Cap'a'ins. Ifaac Cowles, Levi Clark, Luke Brown fon, 
Jofiah Andrus, Jonathan Belding, Enos Ives, Silas Clark, 
Micah Woodruff, Heman Hall, Jacob Hungerford, Reuben 
Barns, Bartholomew Driggs, Jedidiah Norton, Abraham 
Pettibone, A(hbel Cowles, Stephen Cole. 

Lieutenants. Thomas Lee, j?un. Eleazer Curtis, Gideon 
Hart, Robert Foot, Nathan Booth, Abel Lewis, John 
Newel, Thomas Thomfon, Walter Beacher, Judah Bains, 
Jomua Finny, Reuben Perkins, Eli North, Ezra Yale, 
Samuel Atkins, Roger Norton. 

Enfigns. Samuel Root, Ifaac Buck, John B. Allen, 
Jonathan Root, Elijah Smith, Thaddeus Rich, Nathaniel 
Jones, Eldad Woodruff, James Baily, Jabez Roberts, Jo 
feph Hills, Chauncey Brooks, Roger Woodford, Othniel 
Mofes, Stoddard Weightman, Benjamin Hopkins. 

Staff- Offcers. Thomas Lee, jun. Adjutant. John B. 
Allen, Quartermafter. — — 

17th Regiment. 
Timothy Skinner, efq. Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Mofes Lyman, efq. Major. 



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Captains. Hcbcr Stone, lfaac M'Neil, Jonathan Buell, 
jun. He^kiah Hopkins, Levi Thrall, lfaac Miles, Elijah 
Peck, Samuel W. Baldwin, Samuel Auftin , Eli Smith, John 
Welch, Stephen Fyler, Calvin Comftock, Noah Humafton, 
Ezekiel Scovil, >un. Samuel Hinman, Jonathan Kettle. 

Lieutenants. Lewis Kilbourne, Eaton Jones, jun. Mofes 
Cook, Joel Catltn, Samuel Cummins, Andrew Baley, An- 
drew Woodruff, Elifha Biflell, Samuel Seymour, Daniel 
Landon, Seth Wetmore, Timothy Barns, Titus Humafton, 
jGeorge Merriman, William Stone, Timothy Hale. 

Enfigns. Daniel Stoddard, Benjamin Peck, Thomas 
Grifwold, John Buell, Jofeph Taylor, Timothy Buel, Na- 
thaniel Goodwin, Jofeph Gaylord, Samuel Woodruff, John 
Simmons, John Fyler, Charles Smith, jun. Thomas Cat- 
lin, jun. Reuben Barber, Darnel Cook, Oliver Norton. 
I Staff- Officers. John Allen, Adjutant. Heber Stone, 
Paymajitr. David Stoddard, QuarUrntafltr* Daniel Shel- 
don, Burgeon. — 

1 8th Regiment. 

Amafa Mills, efq. Lieutenant- Colonel Commandant. 
Jonathan Humphrey, efq. Major. 

Independent Company. AbnerPinney, Capr. Darius Pin- 
'ney, Lieut. Amos Hays,£«£g». 

I Captains* Bartholomew Cafe, Daniel Holcomb, Jofeph 
;Hiimphry, Joel Clark, George Humphry, Noadiah Hol- 
comb, Ezra Adams, Hezekiah Holcomb, Nathaniel Ro-j 
berts, Lewis Day, Benajah Holcomb, Micah Griffin, Mo- 
fes Cafe. 
j Lieutenants. Amazlah Humphry, Betqamin Dibol, John 

iG. Terrey, Oliver Winchel, Daniel Cafe, Martin Gozard, 
Azariah Willcocks, Abncr Viets, John Mitchelfon, Roger 
Moor, Noah Cooley, Eli Trumbull, lfrael Wells. 
Enfigns. Noah A. Phelps, Elijah Smith, Phineas No- 
ble, lfaac Owen, Benjamin Dyer, David Hayes, Darius 
j Mofes, Samuel Clark, Levi Pinney, Rofwell Day, Solomon 
Gaines, Judah Phelps, Ozias Phelps, 
j Staff-Officers. Azariah Willcocks, Adjutant. Theophi- 
lus Woodbridge, Quart ermajler. Re uben Everitr, Surgeon, 
z$U\ Ktgiment. 
Uriel Holmes, efq. Lieutenant- Colonel Commandant. 

Ozias Brownfon, efq. Major. I 

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■ *-■ ■ '" —■ ■■ ■ ■''■ - ■ ' * . ' , "",«■? »■? 

Captains. Timothy Wells, Matthew Giilet, Afahei 
Brainard, Samuel Hurlbut, Pelatiah AUyn, Ifrael WHli- 
sms, Samuel Heyden, Benjamin Bijffell. 
j Lieutenants. John Handerfon, Nehemiah Andrus, Da-j 
niel Beman, Daniel Hurlbut Cone, Richard Adams, E- 
-phraim Wilder, Daniel Eno, Afahei Benham. 
i Enfigns. Elias Kellogg, Jonathan Marfh, jun. Samuel 
[', Benjamin, Benoni Brownfon, Solomon Newel, Timothy. 
' Coe, Eleazer Bidwell, jofeph Auftin. 
! Staff- Officers, Ifrael Jones, Adjutant. Afo Andrus, 
.^uartermajier. ■ 

I/ight-Dragoons. 

[No retur-u of the ift Regiment,] 

ad Regiment. 

Latham Hull, efq. Major-Commandant. 

Captains. Eliiha Edgertori, Roger Bulkley, Denifon 

Wattles, Jofeph Smith, Mofes Warren. 

Lieutenants. , Charles Bulkley, Bille Williams, 

Eli ilia Swan, Eiiftia Way. 

Cornets. , Job Bec&with, Samuel Hyde, Nathaa 

Morgan, Gurdon Hewit. 

Quartermafters* -, Daniel Olmftead, Jacob Loo- 

mifs, William Brown, Jonathan B'rfhop. 
I Staff-Officers. William Williams, jun. Adjutant. Amos 
Wheeler, Quarterma fter . Avery Pow ner, Surgeon. 
3d Regiment. 
David Wood, efq. Major Commandant. 
Captains. David Judfon, James Lock wood, Abel Brad 
ley, Ezra Dibble. 

I Lieutenant/. Curtifs Tomlinfon, Samuel Seymour^ 
JSDavid Odle, Thomas Cook. 

I Cornets. Nathaniel Lewis, -Caleb Comftock, Elipha- 
lietDiteman, Daniel Benedict. 

I Quarter- tnajiers. John Curtifs, ■ Fitch, Jonathan 

(Hull, Eliakim Peck. 

Staff-officers* Daniel B. Cook, Adjutant. John Wood, 
\Surgeon. Amos Baker, Surgeon's mate. David Foot, Ser- 
'jeant jMajor. ■ 

I 4th Regiment* 

Ebetiezer Smith, Major Commandant. 
J Captains* Ebenezer Bafs, Vacant, Selah Norton, Tho-' 
[mas Gordon, Calvin Pitkin. 



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Lieutenants. John Wilfon, John I 3 . Child, Auguftus 
Fitch, Elifha Backus, Jeduthun Cobb. 

Cornets. Timothy Babcock, John B. Watfon, Sand 
Uverd, Archibald Dorrance, James Convis. 

Quartermaftcrs. Nath'l Manning, Daniel Lindley, Ti- 
nothy Elmer, ■■ — , Amos James. 

Staff- Officers. Aaron Olmfted, Adjutant, Timothy 
Warren, Paymafter. Lemuel Lee, Surgeon. 
5th Regiment. 
Andrew fiillyer, Efq. Major Commandant. 
, Captains. Robert Hannah, Samuel Lee, Samuel Lewis, 
klihu Lewis, Pliny Hillyer, Rofwell Coe, Theo. Ranfam, j 
Solomon Cowles, jtm. 

Staff-Officers. James Huggins, Adjutant. David Buel, • 
Q^ Mart. Lynde Lord, Pay -matter . Seth Bird, Surgeon, i 
[No return vf Governor's Guard.] \ 

Officers of the Cincinnati Society for the State of C6nnec~Hcui. 
Col. Jeremiah Wadfworth, Prefident. 
Gen. Samuel Wyllys, Vice Prefident. 
Col. Benjamin Tallmadge, Treafurer. 
Col. Ebenezer Huntington, Atfiftant- Treafurer. 
Delegates to iWe General Meeting to be bclden in May next 
CoL Jeremiah Wadfworth. 
Gen. Samuel Wyllys. 
Col. Benjamin Tallmadge. 
Col. Ebenezer Huntington. 
Dott. Ebenezer BeardfiVe. 
Medical Society in N-.w -London County* 

John Barker, Prefdtnt. 

Theophilus Rogers, F;Ce-PreJtdenf. 

Simon Wofcott, Secretary. 

DIRECTORS, of the BANK of NEW-YORK. 
Isaac Roosevelt, Prefident. 



Nicholas Low, 
Comfort Sands, 
Thomas Randal, 
William Maxwell, 
Robert Bowne, 
Samuel Franklin, 



William- Seton, Ca/fc, 



Daniel M'Cormick, 
Jomua Waddington, 
William Conitable, 
William Edgar, 
John Murray, 
Gullian Verplank. 



( 76 ) 

. _ __ — _____ __ 



RULES thfimnd at the BANK of NEW-YORK 

THE Bank will be open every Day in the Year, except 
Sundays , Chriflmas Day, New -Tear's Day, Good Fri- 
day, the 4th of July, and general Holy Days appointed by 
legal Authority. 

Hours of Bufinefs, from Ten to One o*CIock in the Fore- 
noon, and from Three to Five in the Afternoon. 

Difcounts will be done on Tuefdayi in Currency, and on 
Thurfday in Specie, in every Week ; and Bills or Notes 
brought for Difcount in Currency, muft be left at the 
Bank on Monday ', and thofe for Specie on Wednefday, under 
a Seal Cover, directed to William Seaton, Cafhier : The 
Rate of Difcount is at prefent fixed at Seven per Cent, per 
Annum ; but no Difcount will be made for longer than 
thirty Days ; nor will any Note or Bill be difcounted to pay 
a former one ; Payment muft be made in Bank Notes or 
Specie. Three Days of Grace being allowed upon all 
Bills or Notes, the Difcount will be taken for the fame 

Money lodged at the Bank may be re-drawn at Plea- 
fure, free of Expence, but no Draft will be paid beyond 

the Balance of Accounts. 

NEW-YORK Chamber of Commerce. 
John Broorae, Prefident. 
John Murray, and Theophylact Bache, Vice-Prefidents. 
Cornelius Ray, Treafurer. 
Wi lliam Laight, Sec retary. 
GOVERNORS of the different States in the Union* 
New-Hampjhire, His Excellency Jofiah Bartlet, 
Majfachufetts, His Excellency John Hancock, 
Rbode-IJland, His Excellency Arthur Fenner, 
Connecticut, His Excellency Samuel Huntington, 
New York, His Excellency George Clinton, 
New-Jerjey, His Excellency William Patterfen, 
Pennjylvania, His Excellency Thomas Mifflin, 
Delaware, His Excellency Jofhu a Clayton, 
Maryland, His Excellency John E. Howard, 
Virginia, His Excellency Beverly Randolph, 
North 'Carolina, His Excellency Alexander Martin, 
South -Carolina, His Excellency Charles Pinckney, 
Georgia, His Excellency Edward Telfair. 
Vermont, (not in the Union>His Excel. Tho's Chittenden. 









<, 


77 


> 








A TABLE of Simple Intereft, at 6 per 


Cent- 


For any S 


um 


from 20/. to/*. 1000. 




: £• 


1 


Mon. | 


3 Mon. | 6 Mon. 


| A Year. 


s. 


4* 


s. 


d. q . 


s. 


d.q. 


s. 


J. q . 


i 





1 





3 2 





7 


1 


2 


2 





2 1 





7 


I 


2 


2 


4 


3 





3 2 


O 


10 3 


I 


92 


3 


7 


4 





4 3 


I 


2 1 


2 


4 2 


4 


9 


5 





6 


I 


6 


3 





6 





6 





7 


1 


9 2 


3 


7 


7 


2 


7 





8 1 


2 


1 


4 


2 


8 


4 


8 





9 ^ 


2 


4 3 


4 


9 2 


9 


7 


9 





10 3 


2 


8 1 


5 


4 2 


10 


9 


£• 


/. 


/. a 


/. 


/. d. 


/. 


j. </. 


/. 


/. </. 


IO 





1 





3 





6 





12 


20 





2 





6 





12 


1 


4 


3° 





3 





9 ° 





18 


1 


16 


40 





4 





12 


1 


4 


2 


8 


5° 





5 ° 


O 


15 


1 


io 


3 





60 





6 





18 


1 


16 


3 


12 


70 





7 ° 


I 


1 


2 


2 


4 


4 


80 





8 


1 


4 


2 


8 


4 


16 I 


90 





9 


1 


7 


2 


14 


5 


8 


100 





10 


1 


10 


3 





6 





200 


I 





3 





6 





12 





300 


I 


10 


4 


10 


9 





18 





400 


Z 





6 





12 





24 





500 


2 


10 


7 


10 


15 





30 





600 


3 





9 





L lg 





36 





700 


3 


10 


10 


10 


21 





42 





800 


4 





12 





24 





48 





900 


4 


10 


13 


10 


27 





54 


0.0 


1000 


5 





*5 





30 





60 






COURTS in the State of Connecticut. 



Superior Courts. 

AT Litchfield* February 8, and Auguft 23. 
At Fairfield, Auguft 16. 
At D anbury , February 1. 
At New- Haven, January -18, and Auguft 2\ 
At Hartford, February 22, and September 6. 
At Windham , March 15, and September 20,,, 
At New-London, September 2J- 
At Norwich, March 29. 
At Middletown, July 26. 
At Tolland, March 8. 
At Had dam, January 1 1;. 

Inferior Courts. 
At Hartford, April 5, and November 1. 
At New -Haven, March 15* and November 22* 
At New-London, June i^u 
At Norwich, November 22* 
At Fairfield, April 19, 
At Danbury, November \ 5. 
At Windham, Auguft 16, and December 13. 
At Litchfield, March 2,2, and September 20. 
At Mid diet own,. November 8. 
At Tolland, February 22, and September 20. 
At Haddam, April '5, 



Superior Courts in the State of Rhode Ifiand. 
At Newport ,. March 7, and September 19. 
At Providence, March 21, and September 5. 
At South-King fton, April 4, and Oclober 3. 
At Briftol, April 1 1, and Ocloher 10. 
At Edft-Greenwich, Auguft 2$, and Oftoher 17. 



( 79 ) 

Inferior Courts in the State of Rhode- JJIand. 
At Newport, May 50, and November 21 - 
At Providence, June 20, and December 19. 
At South-Kingfton, February 21, and Auguft 8. 
At Briftol, January 3, and J^Zy 4. 
At Eajl -Greenwich, January 17, and y#/y I 8, 



Freemen's Meetings in C^»^/Va/. 

IN the Counties of New-London, Windham, 
Litchfield and Tolland, on the fecond Tuefday 
in September. 

In the Counties of Hartford, New-Haven, Fair- 
field and Middlefex, on the third Tuefday in 6V/- 

And in every Town in the State, on the Mon- 
day next following the firil Tue£<Jay in April, at 
9 o'CIock in the Morning. 



Duties on Writs. 
Writs returnable to a Angle Miniftcr of the Law, i/» — Da. to 
Court of Common Pleat, or City Court, 2/.— Do. to the Su- 
perior Court, 6/"— Do Court of Error*, 12/.— On ail Appeals! 
from a fingle Miniftcr of the Law, 3/.— -Do. from a Court of 
Common PJess or Citr Court, 6/.— Continuances in do. 9^.—! 
Do. in the Superior Court, 1/6. 



difference of High- Water at fever al places from New- London^ 

AT Neiv-Tork, Tarpaulin Cove and Say- Brook Bar , th^ 
fame as New-London ; at Rhode- I/land and Amhoy, 40! 
minutes fooner ; a* Providence, I £o#r fooner ; at Sandy- Hook] 
2 foj/r* anJj\o miuuteS fooner ; ** Albany, 3 £owrj <r«i 10 minutes] 
fooner ; a/ Bojlon, % hours and 20 minutes later ; at Guilford'i 
and New- Haven , 2 ^owrj and 50 minutes later ; at Philadelphia J 
5 ^earj ao minutes later ; <z* Norwich-Landing) 45 minutes later 'S 
at Soutbold Harbour ', % hours 10 minutes later. 



( So ) 

% % ^ % » % €p, 

Iwffibe«Tear 1791* Sk* 



ECLIPSES FOrTHE YEAR I79I. 

«^» 

THERE will be four ECLIPSES this year, in the 
following order, viz. 

I. The firft will be a remarkable Eclipfe of the Sun, 
Aprils vifible. The center of the fhade^ill jfffi&pt 
the diurnal path of our vertex, nigh the timejat Aich the 
middle of the Eclipfe will happen ; but the Mqi>n tyeing 
nigh her apogee, her apparent diameter^ wi{l beflefsthan 
that of the Sun, confequently it cannotfbe total/ but will 
be annular, i. c. a ring of light will je feen round the 
Moon's body. By calculation as follow: 
I h. m.-\ % 

Beginning at 6 %o j g 8 

Begins to be annular, 7 »9 I 6 S 

Middle, - - 7 31 ^3. g' 

End of annular appear-) t 1 .. jj 2. 
ance, ) 7 34 I * 5 

End of the Eclipfe, 8 SaJ « 

duration ah* 34m. 

Duration of annular appearance 5m! 

Digits eclipfed 1 1.2. 

II. The fecond will be of the M©on, April iS, a few 
minutes part noon, invifible. 

III. The third will be of the Sun, September 27,' at 7 
o'clock in the afternoon, invifible. 

IV. The fourth and laft will be of the Moon, Ofahr 
II, vifible.— By calculation as follows, viz. 

Beginning at - - 7 B - * om ' 2 4 fec< 
Middle, - - 8 $1 17 

End, - 10 7,% 10 

Duration 3b. im. 46 fee. 
Digits eclipfed, 8.4 on the north fide. 




, JANUARY haih 31 days. , f 


New moon 4*ay> noon, 


Full moon 


20 day, 2 morn. 


Firft quart, 12 day, 3 morn. 


Laft quart. 


27 day, 2 morn. 


M\W 


Kalendar, &c. 


ri.Qjet\Fuliea 


r.*s. 


I 


|7 


Circumcif. 


7 2i * 5 


624 


4 


2 


B 


Reftft vice at the begin- 


728 5 


i 7 I7 


5 9 


3 


2 


ning and you willconque? 


7 27 5 


1 8 10 


6 13 


1 4 


3 


6 O • it at the tnd. 


7 2 7 5 


9 3 


• fets 


t 5 


4 


7 #, sfouth 8h. 23m. 


7 26 5 


i 9 S 1 


6 7 


6 


5 


Epiphany. Moderate 


7 26 5 


10 39 


7 II 


7 


6 


for the feafon. 


7 25 s 


11 26 


8 14 


8 


7 © flowcl. 7m. 


7 24 S 


12 23 


9 ! 9 


9 


B 


ill Sun. pall Eph. 


7 2 4 S 


IA O 


10 18 


10 


2 


Snow, and frofty 


7 2 3 S 


1 47 


n 14 


11 


3 


Day's length $;h. 16m. 


7 22 5 


2 34 


12 13 


12 


4 


□ O d weather* 


7 22 5 


3 2 4 


Morn. 


13 


5 


#apog. Cloudy \ 


721 5 


4 7 


1 8 


H 


6 


Bluftering. 


7 20 5 


4 52 


* 3 


15 


7 


Nights lcng. 14b 40m 


7 20 5 


5 38 


3 1 


16 


B 


2d paftEpiph. 


7 19 5 


6 26 


3 S 6 


*7 


2 


Chilly winds. 


7 18 5 


6M53 


4 5° 


18 


3 


7 # s fouth 7h. 27m. 


7 i7 5 


7 42 


5 42 


19 


41026^ Qin^ Shaft. 


7 16 5 


8 35 


6 34 j 


20 


5 


SCO Tides fwell. 


7 *S 5 


9 26 


rife 


21 


6 


(fclat^S. Coldwea- 


7 H 5 


10 19 


6 47 


22 


7 


Twil. ends 6h. 30m, 


7 13 5 


11 9 


7 54- 


2 3 


B 


3dpaftEpiph. ther, 


7 12 5 


12 1 


9 


24 


2 


Days encreafed 38m. 


7 ri s 


12 5' 


lo 11 


2 5 


3 


Conv. St. Paul/ 


7 10 5 


1 a 44 


1 1 16 


26 


4 


• per. > 8 ao^ 


7 9 5 


2 35 


Morn. I 


27 


5 


D0D more f now 


7 8 5 


3 24 


28 1 


28 


6 


or rain. 


7* 7 5 


4 21 


1 36 


29 


7 


flow of clock 14m. 


7 6 5 


5 '8 


2 43 -I 


30 


.•} 


4th paftEpiph. 


7 5 5 


6 16 3 46 j 


3 1 2 Grows more p leaf ant * 745 


6 M 43' 4 44l| 



FEBRUARY hath 28 days. 


! New moon 3 day, 1 morn. | Full moon 18 day, 4 aft. 


Firft quart. 10 day, 11 night. | Laft quart. 


2 5. day, 10 morn. 


■M\W\ Kalendar, Wr. \r, ©/. \fulfea 


r/'i B s. 


I 


3j7*s Couth 6h. 30m. 7 3 5 


7 44 


5 3 Z 


2 


4 Days length 9b. 56m. 


7 2 51 


8 36 


6 30 


3 


5 


Day-break jh. 20m. 


7 1 5 


9 27 


# fets 


4 


6 


0lat. 4N. vf» " 


6 596 


10 1 5 


6 58 


5 


7 


eafierly ftorm. 


6 58 6 


" 3 


7 59 


6 


B 


$th pail Epiph. 


6 57 6j 


M 49 


8 5 8 l 


7 


2 


Snow or 


6 56 6 


12 30 


9 57 
10 55 


8 


3 


rain 


6 54 6 


I A l6; 


9 


4 


^apog. in plenty. 


6 S3 6 


1 54 


1 

.1 5 o< 


19 


5 


D O D 


6 52 6 


2 38 


Morn. 


11 


6 


Qen, Washington b. 


6516 


3 24 


47( 


12 


7 


Fly ing clouds . (1732. 


6 49 6 


4 i»; 


« 38 


« 3 


B 


6th pall Epiph, 


6 48 6 


4 54 


2 38 


H 


2 


Valentine. 


6 41 6 


5 5° 


3 2 7 


*5 


3 


O ilpw clock 15^. 


6 466 


6m 1 7 


4 15 


# 


+ 


More /now 


6 44 "6: 


7 si 


5 °j 


11-17 


5 


Days length loh 341*116 43 6 


7 '59 


5 47 


18 


6 


©enters )£ 11 morn. 6 42 6 


8 43 


ft rife 


19 


7 


C lat. 3 S. & 23^6 40 6 


9 4 2 


6 42 


20 


B 


Septuagef. p 39 6 


10 3?^ 


7 54 


21 


2 


about this p 38 6 


11 32 


9 1 


22 


3 


D 8 ///»*. p 36 6 


OA 20 


• o 10 


2 3 


4 


♦ perig. Moderate 16 35 6 


1 12' 


n 19 


24 


5 


/<?r the feafon, (6 34 6 £ 


2 8 


Morn. 


2 5 


6 


DQ) Changeable 


6 32 6 


3 3 


26 


26 


7 


weather. 


6316 


3 5* 


» 3> 


27 


B 


Sexagefima. 


6 30 6 


4 5 6 


2 3> 


J29 


l.i 


Nights len. izh. 56m 6 286 


S 5 2 


3 2 4 


|i 7X, 


• /7<v»tf VENU9, will be evening far to the.. 1 %tb of Ot 


| tuber ^ tie-te morning Jlar to the year's end. 



M A R C H y liath 31 days 



New moon 4 day, 4^ftern. 
Fit ft g uait. 12 day, 7 a/tern. 



Full moon 20 day, 3 morn. 
Laft quart. 26 day, 7 aftem. 



M\IV\ KaUn dar, \3c. \ri. Q J.\fuljea\n 1) /. 



lo 



<2 



l 5 

r 7 

<9 

21 

22 

24 



St. David, |6 27 

Cold March <ininds\6 25 6 
Days length 1 ih 1 2m[6 24 6 
6 Q * 6 23 6 

f iar. 2 N. C/audyA6 21 
Shrove Sunday. 6 20 

22-Gt blujieringp 19 



3! Shrove TueTHay. 
4»©apog. ea/lerly nvea 



Oflowcl. 10m. /^r.l6 



Snow fqu Jills. & 

D0D 6 

Qjadragef. 6 

P leaf ant 6 

Day's encr. 2J1. 46m. 6 

fun-jhine. l6 

St. Patrick. |6 

. &»*. 6 

N "&:'; t«? l«n. :sh. 4 n,|6 

6 



17 
16 

*4 

*3 
12 

10 

9 

7 
6 

4 
3 



6m 20 
7 



■j 



i j 



4'n.jfc 2 
i jilt in Lent. § O © 6 1 
2 O in T II mom. U 59 
3 l #per^. Hightides.15 5 8 
4!" IF'hiJy iveathxr. ffj $6 

5 7*s fet ioh. 49m. j.g 55 7 

6 Annunciat. B.V.M. (5 S3 / 

7 D Q £ M. derate and $ $ & J 
3 2d in Lent, pleajant}^ 51 7 

2 iVflzu *£* nipping cold 5 49 7 
29] 3 retreats, and Sol with 5 48 7 
30J 4 /miles thefeafon greets} $ 47 7 
31*5 Flying {bowers. 54^ 7 



6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6. 

710 

7[*i 
7 l& 

2 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 



4 '3 

4 54 

5 3? 
D fets 

6 46 
46 
4' 

9 4 
4 10 35 

17 11 3* 

Morn 

2 



3», 



o 



45 

4 34 

5 23 

6 19 

6 m 44 

7 35 

8 29 

Q 2 I 



5 2 

48 

45 
33 
6m ^o 



4; 

5 

7.' 9 5 

5 IO 2C 

I II 2 8 

1 Morn 
S7J o _ 

1 2S 

2 1 

3 1 

3 4> 

4 16 



A P K 



New moon 3 day, 9 morn. 
Firf> quart, it day, 1 after 



/ L hath 30 days. 

iS day, 



Full moon 18 day, 2 aftem. 
Lair quart 2c Hav. 1 morn. 



JM\yp" \ Katindar, Wf. \ r. QJ. \/uij,a 



6 ©flow cl. 4m. 



Good 'weather. 



44 7 
5 4*7 

4i 7 
5 40 7 

5 38 7 
5 37 7 
5 35 7 
5 34 7 



7 1 Lrood e wea i 

3[B A remarkable eclipfc 

2 ©lat. iS. (of the fun. 

3 # apog. Plea/ant 
4] Jkotvers. 
5Day'sleng. i2h.5om 
6! CW nights 
7j7*s fet 9I1. 50m. I5 33 7 

B Uth in Lent, and 5317 

2 D © D mornings. 5 30 7 

3 Fvery age confutes oldx 24 7 
^errors, and begets new. 5 27 7 
jj Virtue is the beauty 5 26 7 
G { of the foul. 
7Daysencr. 4I1. 12m. 

BlPalm Sunday. Rain. 
z'8 00 High tides. 
3! S3 2 2=0: • perig. 
4-Qinb oh. 15m mor 



9 

10 

1 1 

12 

*3 

«| 
16 

'7 
18 

*9 

20 

21 

22 

2 3 
24 

2 5 
26 

2 

28 



5 Pleafant fpring-like 



6 Good Frid 

7 St. George 
B Eafter Sun. 

2 St. Mark. 

3 

4 



iv eat her. 
Perhap 
thunder. 



25 7 
5 247 

5 2 2 7 

5 21 

5 20 
5 18 
S 17 
5 



30J 7 



7*s fet 8h. 46m 
A fop offajbion is th 
mercer* s friend, th< 
toy tor's fool, and hi\$ 
oivnfoe. |£ 

I ■'■ ' i 



16 

iS 

5 13 

5 12 

5 n 

5 10 
5 

7 
6 



44 

3 1 

8 

54 
37 

3 2 

18 

2 55 
Ia43 

2 3 J 

22 

13 



4 5°; 

5 22 

D fetsj 



38 
37 
3 2 
25 
18 



Morn. 



57 



6 M 22 

7 13 



9 
10 
1 1 
11 

12 



56 

40 
2b 
57 
38 

14 I 

- 5° 
9 rife, 



IA50 
2 50 



17: 
26 



9 
10 
1 1 29 
Morn. 

o 22 



61*36 
7 21 



9 

5° 

2* 

C J 

3M 
2 



m si i nam 31 nays. 



New moon 3 day, 2 morn. 
Firft quart. 1 1 day, 2 morn. 



Full moon 17 day, pattern. 
Lait quart. 24 day, 2 aftern. 



M\H'\ Kalendar, &C. 



1 i^ 1 t palt Ealt. 

2 2 Qfaft cl. 3m. Clouds 

' ^Gen.Elec.R. IJland. 



6Sr. 



"8~ 



r 



(• apog. &22>i: 
John. Warm, 
7 7 # s fet8h. 5m. Sol\ 
B 2d pail Eaft. loving 

2 beams fvoeetlyfalute the 

3 tyring, and dart their 

4 virtue into everything. 
5JGen. Elec. Hartf. 
6Day'sleng. 14b 16m. 
7jDay- break 2h. 47m. 

B {3d paftEaft. <[ £ 
2 per. High tides. 

8 Q& Fine growing 
$.at. 4 N. y£#/£ff 
Qfaft elk. 4m. ik&ff! 
S3 2l£p= rtf/tf. 
Sp. rrji Ton. 9:1. 21m 
4th pail Eaft. 
Heat i-ncreafes. Th.un 

a O D ^ #»^ r #/* 
Gen. Elect. i?c/?. 

about this time. 
Day's len. 14b. 42m 

#7i& plea/ant 
Rogation Sund. 

9 apog. weather 
^MVefierh winds. 



o 
59 

58 8 
57 8 
56 8 
55 3 
548 
53 8 
52 8 
518 
50 8 
449 8 
48 8 
4 47 8 
4 46 8 
4 45 8 
4 44 8 
4 43 8 
4 42 8 
4 42 8 
441 3 
4 40 8 

4 39 8 

4 39 8 
4388 

4 37 8 

4 37 8 



7| 4 3* 

8 49! s c 

9 25J D lets 
o 1 ij 8 30 

56] 9 

1 4610 
oa36'i 1 

1 241 1 

2 1 4 Morn. 

3{ ° 3° 



54! 
4<! 
3* 
27 

7 2 3 
7M58 
8 

9 
10 
11 



1 

1 

2 

2 

3 

4 

43 rife 

16 

16 

16 

8 



4 2 
16 

53 

30 

5 



42 8 
40 9 
40 10 
Oa39,h 



37 " 53 
33 Mom. 



30 

iS 

3 

33 
3° 



6m57 

7 53 

8 i 7 



New moon i day, 4 aftern. 
Firit quart. 9 day, noon 



J U iV_is_hath 30 days 



Full moon 16 day, 3 morn. 
Laft quart. ^3 day, 3 mofn* 



M\W\ Ka/endar,&c. 



i|4c50fc 0fallofcl. 
2 5[Aicenfion. (2m. 

3! 6 Q 21 :G: //<?/ weather 
7'K. G. IlU.b. 1738. 
5JB Suad. pail Afcenfnn. 

2 ##*/ perhaps thunder. 

3 7* s fat 6^. 1 -en. 
4'Day's Jen. i4h. 54m. 
5 □ O D /*7«^ growing 
61 jeafon. Mwe 
7<Sp.tt& ets ih. 19m.TR 

ZDiWhii. Sand. r#/« 

2 D perig. and thunder , 

3 D-iy- break 2h. 10m. 
^.njjhlch may turn to an 

6) 5J § 0® Fall udes. 
7j 6!®iat. 3 N. eafterly 
7 S3 20^3 /;-;r/zr. 

IVinicy Sunday. 

Sp. rrg < V 1 3 12I1. 42m 

Q in 25, 8I1. morn. 
(Longeit day. 

O O <J 

St. John BaptiiL 

7 *' s r< fe ^ h . 47 m . mor . 

lflpaft Trin. 

D apoge, GW h -y 

weather for fame time. 

St. Peter. Hot 



20 2 
21 

22 

2 3 
2 4 

2 5 . 

26 B 
271 2 

28 3 
2 9j 4 



r 31 



4 36 Si 
4 3^8 
4 35 A 
4 3? "j 
4 34 8 
4 34 3, 
4 33 » 
f 33 * 
4 32 8 

4 3 2 I 
9 3 * « 
31 3^ 
3i 8 ( 

3i 8 

31 8; 

30 8 

i & 8 

4 3° 8 

4 3° & 

4 3° 8' 

4 3° 8 

4 ^o 8 

4 30 8J 

4 30 8 

4 i* 8 1 

4 30 8 ; 

4 30 8.; 

4 31 8} 



'52]) fets 

8 6 

9 o 

9 4^ 

10 28 

11 9 
11 44 

Morn.: 



9 46 

30 35 
11 23 

Oa IO 
I I 



Si 



30 ■ ^weather % and thunder \\ 3 I 8 



3 


35 


17 


4 


21 


52 


I 


1 1 


! 1 24 


6 


3 


2 I 


6mz8 


2 37 


7 


2C 


3 20 


8 


16 


4 


9 


M 


# rife 


1° 


2 7 


» 45 


1 1 


2,1, 


9 IP 





18 


i ij 


1 


12 


11 


2 


6 


11 33 


2 


S^ 


Morn, i 


3 


43 


.0 3 | 


4 


23 


30J 


4 


57 


1 8 


5 


5 1 


1 39 


6i\ 


12 2 1 1 ! 


6 


57| 2 43! 


7 


38 3 22 j 


8. 



J U L Y hath 3id.y< 



New moon i day, 7 morn. 
Fiiil quart. 8 .flay, 6 aftern. 



Full moon 15 day, 10 morn. 
Laft* quart. 22 day, 6 aftern. 
New moon 30 day, 8 aftern. 



M\h \ Kalentiury&c. jr. Qs.\ Ful Jea\r.%s 



1 6 rj O© Small Jbowers, 

2 y§ lat. $ S. Grows 

3 B 20 pall Trin. fultry. 

4 2 Hot, and perhaps rain. 



5 3 

6 ;4 

8 6 

9| 7 
iojB 

I -I 2 
12 

13 



O flow clock 4m 
Day's leng. 141154m 
7 # s rife oh 56m. mor. 
a O G « & 
/7»* weather to make 
3d pail Trin. ^. 
• per. Now the pla- 
Sp. ttji iih. 9m. »*// 
^/rw there will befoul 
weather, therefore take 
S3 16^ §©• air* 
® lat. 5 N. of your 
4th pafl Trin. hay. 

Good weather 
Day's leng. 14b 38™, 
© flow of clock 6m. 
tf£e/</ this time, 
O0J Sp. Jiff fcts 
#apog. (10I1. 24m. 
5 th pail Trin. 
Dog-days begin. . 
7*s fife nil. 40m. 
Whirlwinds roar, 

^heaven's awful than- 

6 ders roll, 

7\6 O • 14^ Wither, 



31 8 9 15 

3 2 8 ( *° 5 
32 8jio 54 

32 8:11 39 

33 8 0*33 

33 8 « 2 * 

34 8 

34 8 

35 8 

35 * 

36 8 

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37 8 

38 8 

39* 

39 8 



4 40 8 ( io 55 

4 



3 
4 

5 
6 
6*58 

8 1 

9 c 

9 57 



31 Bi6th pall Trin. 



41 8 



41 8, 

42 8 

43 8 
448 

4 5 
46 8 

46 S 

47 
48 8 

49* 

50 8 

51 8 
jz 8 



11 49 



o 
1 

2 
2 
3 
4 
5 

6 3 
6m 22 

7 4 

8 i- 

8 44 

9 35 



D fets 
8 10 

8 51 

9 34 
10 9 

10 41 

11 15 

U 49 

Morn. 

22 

1 5 

1 50 

2 4a* 

3 27 
• rife 

8 1 

8 40 

9 17 
95 i' 

10 22 

53 

11 25 
1.1 50 
Morn. 

29 

1 9 

1 51 

2 38 

3 3i 
1> fets' 
7 20 



A U G U S T hath 31 days. 



Firft quart. 7 day, 1 morn 
Full moon 13 day, 7 aftem 
*'M\IV\ Kalenaa^&c. \r.Q s. \fullje*\r. 



Laft quart. 21 day, noon. 
New moon 29 day, 8 morn. 



I 
2 

3 
4 

1 

7 

9 

10 
n 
12 
13 

,15 

16 

{is 
19 

20 

2 
22 

>3 

,24 

26 
27 

28 

i 

3o i 

J! 



2 /^V** weather. \\ 

3 Sp. ifc fctsoJi^m. J4 
47*s rile 1 ih 49m 4 

5 J> Q Very hot, andU 

6 perhaps thunder 4 

7 Day's length 14I1 2J1V4 
B7thpaftTrin. DOCjS 

2 d perig. Jhotvers 5 

3 /'« many places . Now 5 

4 O flow clock 5m. 5 

5 expe<3 a fettled rain. 5 

6 Sailors, keep a good 5 

7 S O • look out ! 5 
BSthpaftTrin. Dlat. 5 
2 [&i4 ^ (3 N. 5 

3 P leaf ant, and cool 5 

4 enough for dog-days. 3 
5*7 *s rife loh. 12m. 5 
6 Flying clouds. 5 
7JDay*sleng. 13b 301115 
B;othpaftTrin. 00)5 

( # apoge. 7i* *ttf # - ■ 5 
O in DJL 3 morn, /£*r 5 
Commenc. Dart. [5 

O flow cl. im grows § 
unfettled. Some likely 5 

5 

5 
5 
5 
5 



53 8<io 

54 8|u 

55 » oa 

56 8; o 

57 8 



7/*r a form about 
10th pall Trin. 
6 # f Am /m#. 

Dlat.aS. 

S3 1 3 ^ Good weather. 



26, 

H 

3 

54 : 



4 
39 
10 
46 



59 8 

7 i 

2 7 

3. 7 

4 7 

5 

7 
8 

9 

10 7J11 

11 712 

>3 7J OA 

H 7 
7 

7 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

6,. 

7 
8 

9 
10 



39 10 21 



5 
45 



29' 1 1 
27 11 
1 6 Morn. 

14 ° 3i 

13 1 23 
46 2 26 

46; 3 28 
42 9 rife 



37j 
26} 

'1! 



10 

48 
21 

52 



55 



*4| 9 _ . 

ID IO 3 2 

1 

V 1 
48 1 1 49 

34 | Morn 

33 

1 24 

2 17 

3M 
4 16 

» fets 

7 « 
7 51 



20 

1 8 

o 

54 

4i 

12 

O 



**•" '^-^„ yA^ 4 * 



T^- 1 



S E P T E M B E R hath 30 days. 


1 


Firft quarc. 5 day, 7 morn. 


Laft quart. 20 day, 6 morn. 




Full moon j2dav. 7 morn. 


New moon 27 day, 7 aftern. 


< 


M\l* 


Calendar , &t. \ri. 0Jet\ julljea\r. 9 /. 


; 


I 


5 


7*s rife 91120m. CW15 31 7 


11 41J 8 27 




2 


6 


breezes. Hn%y. 


5 3 2 7 


OA 33 9 5 




3 


7 


Dog-days end. Cp fr * 


5 33 7 


1 28J 9 47 




4 


9 


1 ith pail Trinity. 


5 35 7 


2 26 


10 32 




s 


2 


D O ]> C<?<?/ evenings 


5 3 6 7 


3 2C 


1 1 29 




6 


3 


and mornings* 


5 37 7 


4 17 


Morn. 




-> 
/ 


, 4 Co M m enc. Pro-vid. 


5 39 7 


5 17 


24 




8 


5,0 fall cf clock 3m. 


5 4Q7 


6 14 


1 24 




9 


6 Day's leng. 12I1 38m 


5 4i 7 


6^41 


2 28 




10 


J.Ratn about this time. 


5 43 7 


7 3° 


3 3* 




1 1 


8 i2thpaitTrin. 


5 44 7 


8 23 


4 33 




12 


2 ,8Q'« Ptettygcod 


5 45 7 


9 »7 


• rife 


> 


*J 


3; 83 1 2!^ weather* 


5 47 7 10 


6 51 




H 


4,Co M M E N c . N. Hav. 


5 4* 7i X o 49 


7 2Q 




h 


dNighis Icn. 1 ih. 3801 5 49 7 1 1 33 


7 53 




it 


6 


Foggy mornings. 5 51 -7 


A 18 


8 3* 




»7 


7 


$apoge* /Vtf/y 15 52 7 


1 3 


9 7 




>S 


6 


13th paftTrin. warm 5 54 7 


1 42 


9 47 




i*9 


2 


7*s rife 8h. 16m. 


5 55 7 


2 24 


.0 33 




,20 


3 


O0B for the feafon. 


5 5<> 7 


3 30 


n 21 




21 


4 


St. Math. AVw comes 


5 58 7 


4 6 


Morn. 




22 


5 


O iii =£= 11 morn. 


5 59 7 


4 5° 


13 




, 2 3 


F 6 


©faft clock &m. r#/« 


& 06 


5 47 


1 9 




,24 


7 


Day's kng. uh 561^ 


6 26 


6 M 14 


2 7 




, 2 5 


a 


14th paft Trin. 


6 36 


7 5 


3 9 




z6 


2 


in plenty, or I am 


6 46 


7 58 


4 13 






3 


6 0^)Twi!.ends7h. 


6 66 


a 52 


S fetsj 




28 
j 


4 


©lat. 1 N. (32m. 


6 76 


9 44 


6 33 




129 


5 it. Michael, miftaken. [ 6 6 


10 36 


7 10 




|,2 


A 


Very good weather. 




6 106 


11 32 


7 5*i 





amsTr-rSfr 



\' 



OCTOBER hath 31 days. ( 




1 1 it it quart. 4 day, noon. 


Laft quart. 19 day, midnight. 




| ; .:'] rucon n day, 9 aftern. 


New moon 27 day, 5 morn. 




M,tf\ Kaltuciar, tjc \rt\-}jet 


Fu/fea. 


r. 


\\ 


/j D ptrig. fieajam 


6116 


OA30 


8 36 


2 \ 


^!i5thpaflTrin. 


6136 


1 26 


9 28 




3 


2 Day's leng. 1 ih 32m. 


6 14 6 


2 21 


10 25 




4 


3 D 0(2 for the jeafon. 


6 166 


3 20 


1 1 24 


i 


5 


4. Day -break 4I1 40m. 


6 17 6 


4 16 


Morn 


1 


6 


5|7*s rife yh 15m. 


6186 


5 I2 


28 




7 


6 Q fail clock 12m. 


6 20 6 


6 3 


1 35 


1 
1 


8 


7 Windy and cold. 


6216 


6m28 


2 39 




9 - 


B i6thpaftTrin. 


6 22 6 


716 


3 40 




1 lo 


2 A ft or m noiv you may 


6 24 6 


8 8 


4 43 




1 1 


3 8 O O ' Moon cclip. 


6 25 6 


8 51 


• >ife 




12 


4 O lat. 2 3. depend, 


6 27 6 


9 39 


610 


1 


'3 


5 S3 I2£fc w//£ 16 28 6 


10 27 


6 42 




f.4 


6 £/£& winds. 


6 29 6 


10 58 


7 14 


! 


IS 


7 T> apoge. 


6316 


11 51 


7 5* 




r6 


B 17th paflTrin. 


6 32 6 


OA38 


8 33 


1 


17 


2 Rain and wind. 


6 33 6 


1 34 


9 ! 9 


1 


18 


3 St. Luke. 


6 356 


2 11 


10 12 




19 


4 D D fow<? 


6.366 


3 2 


n 7 




20 


5 good weather. 


6 37 6 


3 Si 


11 58 




21 


6 7 # s rife 6h. 19m. 


6 39 6 


4 39 


Morn 




22 


7 3 fail clock 16m. 


6 40 6 


5 28 


1 2 




*3 


B (8ch paftTrin. 


6 41 6 


6 14 


* 3 




H 


2 (Oinni 7 mom 


6 43 6 


61446 


3 9 




'i[« 


3 » S3 Mw 


6 44 6 


7 3 2 


4 16 


! 

; 


1 26 


4 comes 


6 45 6 


8 26 


5 20 




27 


5 d O A 0» ^ » 


647 6 


9 2 5 


D fets 




28 


CiFuil tides, tafterly [6 48 6 


10 24 


6 44 




29 


71 3) perig. ftorm.\6 49 6 


11 23 


7 33 




§30 


klimh paft Trin. 16 50 6 


0A22 


8 28 




Ijg 


alDay's leng. loh i6nr6^2 6| 1 19 


9 26 


f 



Firft quart. 2 day, g night. 
Full moon 10 day, 2 aftern. 



NOVEMBER hath 30 days. 



Laft quart. 18 day, 6 aftern. 
New moon 25 day, 4 aftern. 



M\W\ Kalendar, &c. ri.Qfet\fulfea\r. 9s 



3 Ail bamti 

4DQD 



, 6 S3 6 
Cool, and 6546 



6 SS 6 
6 57 6 

6 58 6 
659 6 

7 o 5 

1 5 

2 S 



3 5 
5 5 



9 
9 

6 5 10 

7 S" 
9 5 



©fall clock 1 6m. 
IVindy, blujlering 
20th paft Trin. 
A florm is 
Days length 9)1 5801. '7 
now gathering, \J 
O® " Wtt 7 
©apoge. weather. 7 
M<?r* p leaf ant, 7 
2 1 ft paft Trin. 7 

Flying clouds. J 
Day's length 9h 42m 7 

C/^jr weather, 7 Io 5 
but /omething windy. 711 5 

,o09 7125 

7j7*s fouth iih 52m. 7 13 5 

°22d paft Trinity. 7145 

Cold encrea/es. 7 1 5 5 

3 9 S3 O in 4f 3 mor. 7165 

Windy, htuflering 7 1 7 5 

weather. 7185 

<J0# •perige. 7 18 5 

High tides. £*/»* 7195 

23d paft Trinity. 7 20 5 

7 # s fouth i ih. 12m. 7 2r 5 

3 Q faft clock urn. 7 22 5 

4>St. Andrew, /now. 7225 



18 
16 
6 
5o 
44 
32 



6*158 

7 4 2 

8 25 



54 
30 

2 5 

OaII 

o S 8 

1 

2 

3 

4 
5 

5 



49 
34 
2 4 

14 

o 

5o 
6M14 
7 o 

7 58 

8 57 

10 7 

11 10 

Oa 5 

1 9 

3 







D E C £ M B 1 


] It hath 3 


I days. 1 


Firft quart. 2 day, n morn. 


Laft quart. 


18 day, 9 morn. 


Full moon 10 day, 9 morn. 


New moon 25 day, 2 morn.' 




Firft quart. 31 day, midnig. 


M\IV 


Kalenaar, &c. [ri.Q/et\/u//ea. 


|'. Ds. 


\ 1 


5 


Aged Autumn has ij 23 5 


2 S3 


.*"» 5» : 


2 


6 


breiv y d a winter ftorm\j 23 5 


3 40 Morn i 


3 


7 


Cold weather, 17 24 5. 


4 2 l\ 33' 

5 ^ l 33 


4 


B 


Advent Sund. h 25 5 


5 


2 


Tvvil. ends 6h. 20m. 7 25 5 


5 44[2 31 


6 


3 


7*sfouth ioh. 38m. a 26 5 


6~ 39 } 3 3* 


7 


4 


ifcz/*. (7 26 5 


7 M 51 4 2 7 


8 


5 


O fail clock 7m* 7 27 5 


7 47| 5 2 3 . 


9 


6 


$apo£. Blujlering 7 27 5 


8 34 6 iS 


j to 


7 


£00 weather. (7 28 5 


9 1 3 ® rife 


1 1 


B 


2d in Advent. j7 28 5 


10 2 6 2 


12 


2 


Days length 9b. 2a:. 7 29 5 


10 471 6 54] 
if 3'j 7 47; ' 


13 


3 


Clean off cold. \j 29 5 


*4 


4 


Relentlefs winter all J 29 5 


oa 26, 8 41! 


l S 


5 


£*/• r^g* renews, chills J 29 5 


* *i; 9 39! 


16 


6 


av//£ her fnows, and J 30 5 


2 oio 36; 


*7 


7 


with her hlaft Jubdues.iJ 305 


2 48 I I 3&, 


18 


1 


3d in Advent. QQ& 


7 30 5 


3 52 Morn j 


! 9 


2 


"J & More /now. 


7 30 5 


4 *5 


42; 


20 


3 


7*s fouth 9h 3,6m. 


7 So 5 


5 ii 


1 44 1 


2, 


4 


St. Thomas. QirVf 


7 30 5 


6 2 


2 50 L 


22 


5 


(Shorteft day. 


7 30 5 


6M.30 


3 $&i | 


l 2 3 


6 


# perige. -^ bluficr 


7 30 5 


7 2 -5 


5 9 


, 2 4 


7| O andcl. even. /ag 


7 30 5 


8 25 


6 16 


i 2 5 


BJChristm. (5 0# 


7 30 5 


9 22 


J) fets 


:z6 

1 


2 .Full tides. /form come 


7 305 


10 21 


6 48 


, 2 7 


3 S t . John E v . o» #0Tu. 


7 jo 5 


1 1 22 


7 5^ 


28 


4 


'Times rolling wheel a 


7 29 5 OA 20| 9 2 


29 


s 


revolution brings, ana 


7 29 5 1 12110 9 


30 


6 


fi if ting fcenes attend 


7 29 5 2 njci 11 

7 28 5 1 2 57jMora 


r 3' 


7 


all human things. 

















Pliinfield, Eaton, 
Voluntown, Dixfon, 
Migcc, 



ROADS. 
( No. I. ) 
Road to Newport. 
♦Groton, Barber, 4 

itonington, Hallam, 7 
WcftcTly,»t7 Btbfick 5 
the Bridge, J 

Charleftown, Stanton, 9 
Tower Hill, Hull, 17 
Ferry, Franklin, 3 

OrertheFeny)Townfend 
toN*wPORT,)or Lawto n •> 

50 



7 

4 

4 

Coventry, Brown, 4 

Scituate, Manchester, 6 

Johnfen, Fifk, 4 

— — - Watertown, a 

Provide net, Rice, 6 

To Bofton, (See No. If .) 45 

104. 



( No. If. ) 
Lowtr or Poji-Road to 

Boston. 
(Sec Raid No. I.) 
To Tower.Hill, Hull, 41 
North- Kingfton, Allen, 6 
Greenwich, Arnold, 10 

Fuliins-Mill, Stafford, 3 

Rehoboth, Slack, 4 

Attleborough, Newell, 5 

■», Holmes, 4 

Wrentham, Mian, 5 

Walpolc, Heyden, 6 

— Downes, 2 

Dedhim, Amei or Gay, 3 

- I Bracket, „ 

Boston, { H atch/ " 

116 



45 



(No. IV.) 
From Bofton to Newbu- 

ry-Porr, 
From Newburr-Port to 

Portfmouth, 

From Pottfmouth, to 7 , 

Portland, J 01 

129 



( No. III. ) 
MiddU Road to Boston 

tbro* Providence. 
mmm ^ mmmm Haughton or ) 
""— mmm ~ m ' Raymond, ) ? 
Norwich, Lord, Lathrop, 7 

, Claik, 4 

Prefton. Jewitt, 4 



( No, V. ) 
Poft-Road to Hartford, by 

MiddUiown, 

— — — Wheeler, 3 

Montvillr, Allen, 5 

Colcheftcr, Cartcy, 6 

JWorthlngton ^ 
Tainter, 

Chatham, Comftock, 7 

■ Arnold, 3 

1 Higglm, 4 

- Bufli, 5 

«"*-.{■££•> ■ 

Upper- houfei, Sage, % 

Rocky* Hill, Grimer, 6 

W-ttarAuJJJJj* 
H,nfo,a. Jgj* 

65 









■nmagta 



(No. Vf. ) 
<oid to Dartmouth Colltg*. 

JHaughton or 
Raymond* 7 
J Lord or 

Rudd, 



tforwicb.^ 



^Vindbam, 

Aliform 

Union, 
I Vimftel^i 



{Riplev* 
Stamford* 
Clark, 
Lomi** 
Convey 



C':tek«by River, 

Patmr* Q^jinten, * 

3elchertown,D wight* 10 

Amhttife, Field, & 

Simderland, Billing** 6 

M .ntaqne* Root, 14 

Morthfuld, Hunt,. 6 

Hm.fdale* Tailor* 11 

:h*rUifte'ld, Saow, 9 
VtBmorelane, Buttetfald, 9 



Walpoje, 
timber 4r, 
Uaremost* 
ormfli) 

Lebanon* 
~o))eg»* 



Baldwin, 

Walker,, 8 

Wait* 8 

Chafe, 10 

Smith,, 5 

Bfewfter* ^_5 

1S7 



Fai field, Penfield, 
Norwalk, Reed, 
Middiefex* Youngi, 
Stamford, Webb, 
Horfc-Ncck, Knap, 
Rje* Holland, 

Mtrineck, Horton, 
New Rochel, Brum, 
Eaft Chefter>Guyong, 
KmgVBridge* Hytt, 
New-Ymk, 



~^( No. VII. ) 
Road to NiW-HA*t* and 

K$w York. - 
,yme* Parfoni* 

Sj-Brook* Bly* 

Kjl'mgworth, Btielly 
; u U'ord, Coil'mi* 
•.fin-tod*, Baldwin 

; Smith, 
Goodrich* * 

Irtfiifif** Cla,k > . I0 

Jsratfor^, Be^train, 



From tftW'York to P£i- 
ladtlfbia.. 
Newark* Kenny s< 
Eli*abeth.Town*Grabsrm, 
Woodbridge, Jackfon* 3 
BrunCwick* Drake, I 

\ Tan railea run, Jontt, J 
Princeton* Beekman* 
Trenton, Beigtn, 
Btiftol,, McElroy, 

Penny Peck, Holmes, 
Frankfort* Martin* 
Philadelphia* __ 



" From Philadelphia to 

uUtxodria. 
Derby* Bayee* 

Chcfter, Withy, 
Wilmington*Btntley» *3 
Chriftiana Bxidge, Darby, g 
Head Elk, Hollingfworth 12 
Charltftown, Palmer, ^ ic 
Acrofi Su/quehin.Durbm, J 
Baltimore,, M'Candlte 3* 
The Rope-Ferry, ; 

Spurrier's Tavern* 
Rofe** Ta?crn* 
Alexandria, Lo»ix>_J; 

*5 



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Page 

^Merica, difcovery of, 30 
Afliftants, 3 

Auditors office, 47 

BANK of New- York, 75 
Board for promoting 7 
ufefularts, J 57 

Cincinnati, officers of, 75 
Collectors of State tax. 20 
Com miffi oners of loans 6c 
—for fettling public 
acconnts, ^/ 

Comptroller of pu.b. acco* 3 

— office D. States, 47 
Connecticut, its letth 31 
Courts in Connecticut, 78 

— in Rhode-Ifland, 78 
Cuftom-houfe officers,. 48 

— their fees, 42 
Confuls, &c. 44 
QU TIES on. goods* 38 



|+Xecutiv« department, 44 



J? AIRFIELD county, 
civil officers, 
Fed. Courts where held, 
Freedom ,, Society for 
promoting of* 
Freemen's meetings 
QOvernors, 

|^ARTFORI> county 
civil officers, 
— city ditto* 
JNtereft table, 
Invalid pen doners, 
where paid,. 
Judicial depart. U. States,57| 



II 

ltv 
civil officers, 
Middletown city officers, 1 7 
Militia, 61 

Minifters of the gofpel, 23. 
^JEW Haven county 
civil officers, 
city officers,. 
New-London county 
civil officers* 
• city officers,, 
. Medical Society, 
N. York Cham. Commer. 76* 
Nomination for afliftants,l7 
Norwich city officers, 17 
Notaries public, 17 

pRobate judges 8c elks* 14 



REgifteA office, U.S* 4-7 
ReprefentativeSfc in G- _ « 
Aflembly* 15 

gEcretary* 

Sup. Court, Judges of r 
'pOlland co. civil officers 14 
Tonnage* duty on* 41 
79JTreafurer* 
76 Treasury depart. U. S. 
information* 
office, 
fy^AR department* 

Weftern ter. troops, 56, 
Windham co. civil officers 10 
x-fWrits, duties on Jtq 

00 | ; YAL£-^Ucge, i 









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